Despite an extensive ongoing search operation, no sign has been found of Nadeem Kellerman, 35, from Mitchells Plain in Cape Town, who went missing in unknown circumstances between Gordon’s Bay and Shark Point east of Cape Town while fishing off the rocks with family members and friends, the National Sea[…]
Hunting, self-drive visits to private or public game reserves and national parks, as well as recreational fishing are among the activities that will be allowed under level 3 of the national lockdown, the department of environment, forestry and fisheries has announced on Monday. “The directions that guide marine and freshwater[…]
‘Petty administrative reasons’ may have prevented some Western Cape fishermen from getting permits. That’s the admission from government. The process is so difficult that many small-scale fishermen have either given up trying or are fishing illegally. READ: The solution to hidden hunger lies just offshore Environment, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Barbara Creecy, has[…]
Police commanders and Hangberg community leaders were locked in a meeting at the Hout Bay station on Thursday afternoon to thrash out a way forward following protests in the area. Loud voices could be heard from the commander’s office, where the closed meeting had been going on for about three[…]
As crime continues to plague South African communities, fishing spots at many of the countries beaches has not been left unaffected. In recent months, anglers and beachgoers who frequent Strandfontein beach, in Cape Town, have voiced concern about the impact of crime on the stretch of beach, in particular between[…]
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