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Fishing & Aquaculture

    New app helps fishing boats avoid endangered species

    THE discarding of fish at sea – known as “bycatch” – happens when fish have no commercial value or annual quotas for a commercial species are limited. It is widely regarded...

    Creating an investment-ready platform for infrastructure projects in the emerging aquaculture sector

    AQUACULTURE is one of the fastest-growing food sectors globally and is considered a key sector for future food production (Costello et al., 2020). Aquaculture is defined as the farming and husbandry...

    Sea Harvest group posts positive results

    SEA Harvest delivered revenue for the year ended 31 December 2021 of R4.6 billion, 5% ahead of 2020, and operating profit of R691 million, 10% ahead of 2020. Earnings per share...

    New research discovers surprising activity among organisms thriving in extremely deep, hot subseafloor

    SINCE the discovery of the deep subseafloor biosphere in the mid-1990s, scientists have studied the conditions under which organisms thrive in this isolated and generally food-deprived environment and wondered which conditions...

    SA consumer power needed to help solve dire state of lobster fishing industry

    Lobster forms part of South Africans rich cultural identity, it's an iconic product, and for citizens to continue to enjoy the resource, Serge Raemaekers from Abalobi says that we've all got...


    The energy morass

    CBN Editor Robin Hayes asks if foreign funded vested interests are at play. IT beggars belief that we have endured loadshedding for more than 14...


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