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Shark attack in CT

A Gauteng man is recovering after being attacked by a shark while surfing.

FILE PICTURE: Shark spotter flag on a Cape Town beach.
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CAPE TOWN - The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) on Saturday said a 29-year-old Gauteng man who was bitten by a shark, in Jongensfontein near Stilbaai is in stable condition.

Jacques Mostert from Centurion was attacked at Sandstrand beach while surfing with friends on Friday.

It is believed a shark between 4 and 4.5 meters long attacked him.

The NSRI’s Craig Lambinon said the institute spoke to Mostert in hospital.

“He is in recovery and in good spirits."

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