One size does not fit all: a successful collaboration with South African Hake Longline Association members to adapt and improve seabird bycatch mitigation measures.
Sea Fisheries Minister, Barbara Creecy, has Gazetted the timeline for the 2020/2021 Fishing Rights Application Process
Sahlla join Birdlife to raise awareness that thousands of albatrosses, petrels and shearwaters dying every year as a result of fisheries operations and other human-induced threats.
FishSa Write to Sahlla thanking them for there generous donation towards providing food parcels to rural communities suffering most from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Lusitania Empowerment Trust (LET) trustees, Patrick Mngxunyeni and Frederi Steyn-Visser, decided to join forces with the Fernandes family. In support of lending a helping hand to employees in these desperate times.
Resolving Conflict between hake long line vessels and hake trawlers.
A Code of Conduct signed by SADSTIA and the South African Hake Longline Association (SAHLLA) is expected to dramatically reduce conflicts between trawlers and longline fishing vessels that target hake on the same fishing grounds.
Input to cape chamber of commerce and Industry 22 September 2014 by Neil Coleman COSATU.