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Bluff beaches open and ready to welcome beachgoers

The results are constantly changing as factors, like inclement weather in the form of the heavy rains, does impact beaches, therefore, bathers are urged to stay up-to-date with media outlets.

ETHEKWINI Municipality has given beaches on The Bluff the all-clear, and beachgoers can look no further for summer fun.

Among the beaches that were given the go-ahead for opening are Ansteys and Brighton beaches, and for those looking to cool down, the Ansteys paddling pools, Lt King on The Bluff and Austerville swimming pool in Merewent, are open.

Also read: Satellite police station for Ansteys Beach this festive season

According to the municipality, the quality of the beach water is constantly monitored by a team of expert scientists at all beaches to ensure that Durban complies with water quality and safety standards. This is done by conducting weekly water sampling with an independent laboratory, Talbot. Beaches that have poor water quality are closed.

Remember, swimming under the influence of alcohol is prohibited. Also, be sure to follow instructions from law enforcement officers and lifeguards to ensure your safety and that of your loved ones.

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