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Fishing company posts good results but hopes to see rights allocation concluded timeously Tuesday, August 31, 20210

Fishing company posts good results but hopes to see rights allocation concluded timeously

SOUTH AFRICA: The Sea Harvest Group continues to demonstrate its resilient and defensive nature with a consecutive set of stable interim...
Budgeting on a maritime economy Thursday, June 3, 20210

Budgeting on a maritime economy

SOUTH AFRICA: Given the number of Government departments that have direct and indirect input on maritime affairs in South Africa, Maritime...
Fishing major reports increase in revenue Tuesday, March 2, 20210

Fishing major reports increase in revenue

SOUTH AFRICA:  The Sea Harvest Group has reported a 10 percent growth in revenue to R4.4bn as well as an increase in headline earnings of...
Multi-million Rand investment in aquaculture zone aims to create jobs Wednesday, October 21, 20200

Multi-million Rand investment in aquaculture zone aims to create jobs

SOUTH AFRICA: A project to create an Aquaculture Development Zone (ADZ) within the Coega Special Economic Zone is being funded by the Eastern Cape...
Fishing company posts stable results during tough times Tuesday, September 1, 20200

Fishing company posts stable results during tough times

SOUTH AFRICA, Cape Town: Sea Harvest Group yesterday announced a stable set of interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2020 with a 7...
Marine Tilapia project included on strategic infrastructure list Monday, July 27, 20200

Marine Tilapia project included on strategic infrastructure list

SOUTH AFRICA: A Marine Tilapia Industry project has been included on the gazetted list of the first 50 strategic infrastructure projects that...
DEFF confirms readiness to proceed with FRAP Friday, July 24, 20200

DEFF confirms readiness to proceed with FRAP

SOUTH AFRICA: Addressing parliament yesterday, Minister Barbara Creecy confirmed her department’s readiness to undertake the Fishing Rights...
Major investment aims to boost aquaculture Monday, July 6, 20200

Major investment aims to boost aquaculture

MOZAMBIQUE: The Mozambican government is planning to invest about $800 million (56 billion meticais) to develop aquaculture across seven provinces...
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