As the summer season approaches, data from this research will be analysed to make sure the Great White Shark and swimmers can both enjoy the ocean without incident.
Interestingly so far already we have had 60 % of all tagged white sharks in the country picked up on our stations in Algoa Bay.
Some of them that we tagged in PE have been recorded on stations at Port St Johns and even Mozambique.
Cape Town - South African National Parks conservationists and wildlife officials are yet to determine the cause of a mass stranding of dolphins that occurred along a deserted stretch of coastline in the Eastern Cape.
On Friday, 31 March 2017, 38 common dolphins were spotted from the helicopter of Noel Greyling, who filmed the scene on his mobile phone and shared it to local radio broadcaster Algoa FM.
Dr Matt Dicken from Kwa Zulu Natal Sharks Board, in collaboration with the Bayworld Centre for Research and Education, says by understanding the movement patterns and occurrences of the white sharks, possible attacks could be mitigated.