WATCH | US tourist sees hired car sink in Hermanus harbour

A US tourist had a bad start to his SA holiday when his rental car rolled off the jetty at Hermanus harbour in the Western Cape and sank to the sea floor.

2021-04-12 10:08:00 PM

A US tourist had a bad start to his SA holiday when his rental car rolled off the jetty at Hermanus harbour in the Western Cape and sank to the sea floor.

A US tourist had a bad start to his SA holiday when his rental car rolled off the jetty at Hermanus harbour in the Western Cape and sank to the sea floor.

Marx Mohr of Neptune's Divers and Cruises said the tourist's “entire life” was in the car.“He was about to start a nine-month trip through Africa so there were laptops, cameras, everything in the car,” he said.“Everything's buggered.”The car, a Hyundai i10, stayed afloat briefly before sinking. It spent half a day at the bottom of the harbour while waiting for the insurance company to give Neptune's permission to raise it from the deep.

Premier Zamani Saul sets out to fill Kimberley’s big holes | Citypress ANC NEC members warn of party's collapse ANC eThekwini branches want Magashule reinstated immediately - The Mail & Guardian

The recovery operation took a mere 45 minutes, using the harbour's only dockside crane.“It sank right beneath the crane,” Mohr noted. Read more: Times LIVE »

eNCA Entrepreneurship Friday | 30 April 2021

Lufuno Netshithuthuni created a business that created modern traditional shoes for women who love cultural fashion. But in a saturated industry and COVID-19, how has the growth been affected?

Woah If the tourist was a Black SAn, the headline would read differently. Probably: 'A suspect has allegedly rolled a rented car into the sea, he's been held in police custody while investigations are underway'. Lmao'ing... 🤣🤣🤣mampara Aah no. Shame man!!