SADSTIA hosts MSC Stakeholder Council members in Cape Town

SADSTIA members were provided with a unique opportunity to showcase the progress they have made with sustainable fisheries initiatives when the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) hosted its annual Stakeholder Council meeting in Cape Town last week. The MSC is the oldest and most respected seafood certification body in the world and the South African trawl fishery …

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A tribute to Roy Bross

Roy Bross, Executive Secretary of SADSTIA and a friend to all who were involved in the South African fishing industry, has died in Cape Town at the age of 74. True to his nature, Roy worked for SADSTIA right up until he took ill in late July. A real individual, with an analytical mind and …

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Seabird conservation success story

A remarkable 99% reduction in the number of albatrosses that are accidentally injured and sometimes killed by trawlers proves that the fishing crews who work in South Africa’s deep-sea hake fishery are well trained in responsible fisheries practices and very serious about constantly improving the environmental performance of the fishery, says SADSTIA executive secretary, Roy …

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