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City opens more beaches as water quality improves

Date: 2022-11-03 11:09:16

City opens more beaches as water quality improves

THE PUBLIC is informed that the City has reopened more beaches following improved water quality standards. The decision to open further beaches was taken after recent water tests conducted by experts confirmed that beach water is at an acceptable level for recreational activities.

Beaches that are open for swimming include, Point, uShaka, Addington, South, Wedge, North, Bay of Plenty, Battery, Country Club, Brighton, Reunion, Pipeline, Toti Main, and Warner beaches. The following beaches remain closed until further notice. They are Westbrook, Bronze, Laguna Beach, Thekwini Beach, uMhlanga, uMdloti and uMgababa beaches. The Municipality is continuously monitoring water quality at all beaches to ensure the safety of residents and visitors.

Meanwhile, the City is poised to welcome thousands of holidaymakers, both local and international, who will be flocking to eThekwini over the festive season. Preparations to ensure the safety of visitors and locals are underway.
Activations to promote the City’s tourist attractions are being held nationally.