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The Sale Of The Black Musselcracker – Part 2

The Sale Of The Black Musselcracker – Part 2

Fish4Africa is both a middleman and fisher. We engage with both commercial fishing vessels and consumers. Our own and suppliers fishing permits are issued by DAFF (Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries) and therefore we are not illegally fishing. Our...

A Quick Guide To Feasting on Fish, Responsibly

A Quick Guide To Feasting on Fish, Responsibly

Fish is healthy and delicious, and it’s something we want to keep enjoying for many, many more years. Our ocean’s fish stocks are under great strain, and unless we start making more sustainable decisions when shopping or eating out, the situation is only going to...

Living in harmony with our oceans

Living in harmony with our oceans

Living in harmony with our oceans – why following sustainable fishing practices is critical It’s estimated that approximately 70% of fisheries worldwide have been overexploited posing a huge challenge. Globally, human populations depend on fish as an essential source...

The impact of climate change on the fishing industry

The impact of climate change on the fishing industry

According to the 2015 Living Blue Planet study from WWF, climate change is causing the ocean to change more rapidly than at any other point in millions of years. Climate change is also projected to increase pressure on all livelihoods and food supplies, including...