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Export challenges for fishing companies

LOCAL fishing companies with sizeable export businesses could face some choppy waters in their key markets during the months ahead as the world battles to contain the Covid-19 pandemic. The latest results...

Fishing industry’s corrosion issues solved

The Cape’s well-developed commercial fishing industry operates in a highly corrosive environment where most of the problems of corrosion can be solved with duplex stainless steel Pitting corrosion, caused by chlorides...

Hake profit net bulging

CAPE TOWN’s two biggest hake fishing companies Irvin & Johnson (I&J) and Sea Harvest are still netting strong profits – although the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic could see profit lines...

From cold to bold

FISHING giant Oceana Group – which is best known for its Lucky Star canned pilchards brand – looks set to bolster its cold storage and logistics segment, which trades under the...

Penguins could help inform fishery management

ACCORDING to a recently published study in the Journal of Applied Ecology, how adult penguins fish and the body condition of their chicks are directly linked to local fish abundance. These findings...


Liquor industry urges government to prepare to lift alcohol ban

The liquor industry is once again calling on government to lift the ban on alcohol. Their latest call is based on suggestions by the...