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    Sustainable Fishing Matters for More Than 120 Million Worldwide

    Fish, either produced through fish farming, aquaculture or caught from wild marine or freshwater stocks, is a primary source of protein and essential nutrients. It is increasingly recognised as an important part of the food security chain, and continues to provide income and livelihoods for millions of people across the world. [...]

    Seafood MasterClass in Association with Capsicum Culinary Studio

    On Thursday, 29th June Fish4Africa hosted a lovely Seafood MasterClass in association with Capsicum Culinary Studio for our Mother's Day competition winners. The event took place at Capsicum's student kitchen with Chef and Lecturer Ashton Robertson showing our winners how to prepare a delicious 3 course meal consisting of: Moules Mariniére (a delightful mussel starter), a [...]

    SATA (South African Tuna Association) collaborates with IPNLF (International Pole and Line Foundation) on environmental responsibility

    SATA is an industrial body formally recognized under the Marine Living Resources Act. SATA plays a pivotal role in supporting DAFF (Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries) both locally and internationally with a variety of management methodologies geared towards ensuring the sustainable exploitation of tuna stocks. Apart from this, they also [...]