In written answers to News24 on Friday, Avalon Springs' General manager Gavin Hatherley said the sign dates back 25 years and it is unclear how the sign has been "overlooked all this time".
Although Dayton condemned the attack on the mosque the very next day, silence from president Donald Trump had been noted by observers on social media.
Muslim cliental have however rejected the "excuse", questioning how the large sign could be overlooked for so many years.
"I am certain there were other people who also complained, but now that the media is involved and that it can affect their pocket, they do something," Gava Kassiem told News24 in Afrikaans.
Cape Town – A popular Montagu resort, roughly three hours from Cape Town, has removed a sign restricting swimming pool access for Hijab wearing Muslims dating back an estimated 25 years.
“This is indeed an unfortunate and embarrassing situation for us, and we thank you for helping us to address it."He said the resort has reviewed all signage on the property, following the complaint, to ensure "none of them causes offence, or has the potential to cause offence".