Riders surfing at Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. It is reported that only professional surfers will be allowed back into the water from June 1st but the question of social surfing at a later stage under lockdown is still up for debate. Picture: Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images
Riders surfing at Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. It is reported that only professional surfers will be allowed back into the water from June 1st but the question of social surfing at a later stage under lockdown is still up for debate. Picture: Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images
Riders surfing at Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. It is reported that only professional surfers will be allowed back into the water from June 1st but the question of social surfing at a later stage under lockdown is still up for debate. Picture: Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images
Riders surfing at Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. It is reported that only professional surfers will be allowed back into the water from June 1st but the question of social surfing at a later stage under lockdown is still up for debate. Picture: Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images
Riders surfing at Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. It is reported that only professional surfers will be allowed back into the water from June 1st but the question of social surfing at a later stage under lockdown is still up for debate. Picture: Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images
Riders surfing at Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. It is reported that only professional surfers will be allowed back into the water from June 1st but the question of social surfing at a later stage under lockdown is still up for debate. Picture: Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images
Riders surfing at Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. It is reported that only professional surfers will be allowed back into the water from June 1st but the question of social surfing at a later stage under lockdown is still up for debate. Picture: Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images
Riders surfing at Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. It is reported that only professional surfers will be allowed back into the water from June 1st but the question of social surfing at a later stage under lockdown is still up for debate. Picture: Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images
Riders surfing at Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. It is reported that only professional surfers will be allowed back into the water from June 1st but the question of social surfing at a later stage under lockdown is still up for debate. Picture: Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images
Riders surfing at Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. It is reported that only professional surfers will be allowed back into the water from June 1st but the question of social surfing at a later stage under lockdown is still up for debate. Picture: Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images