According to Eye Witness News It's understood a church group from the institution had visited the beach on Saturday and a few of the students entered the water in a no-swimming zone notorious for its big waves and strong rip currents.
The NSRI arrived on the scene after being alerted of four drowning incidents – two of the students were rescued.
The Baileys are needing to raise R80 000 to fund competition registration, flights and shuttles for mother and daughter, visas, accommodation and a tracksuit.
It's time for our twice-weekly focus on our BRICS partners – as some of the news from their side may impact on our future economic relations with them.
One of those stats left an indelible mark in activist Nelisa Ngqulana's mind: the Western Cape did not only have the most murder hot-spots out of all the provinces but Nyanga (her hometown) topped the list as SA's murder capital… After witnessing someone being shot outside her father's home in Nyanga – Nelisa decided to take action and created a petition for another police station to be built in the area.