KwaDukuza bathing beaches opened for swimming on Saturday for the first time since lockdown began in March this year.
KwaDukuza lifeguard superintendent Bongani Xulu said the KZN Sharks Board had installed drum lines on all KDM bathing beaches but still no shark nets due to the high number of whales migrating along the coast.
“We will put down the red flags allowing the public to swim but no bathing areas will be demarcated as this enhances gathering of people social distancing is encouraged,” said Xulu.
Also read: A whale of a time on the KZN coast
Lifeguard protected beaches:
- Zinkwazi main beach
- Blythedale main beach
- Tinley Manor main beach
- Salt Rock main beach
- Thompson Bay, Ballito
- Willard main beach, Ballito
- Clark Bay, Ballito
Summer working hours (coming into effect on Saturday, October 24)
Monday – Friday: 8am – 4pm
Saturday & Sunday: 6am – 6pm