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Section 212 abalone identification statement

2020-11-16 06:55:18 | AFFIDAVIT IN TERMS OF SECTION 212(4)(a) AND 8(a) OF THE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE ACT, ACT 51 OF 1977
Section 212 abalone identification statement

Challenges and possible solutions concerning the inspection/investigation dichotomy in the context of transnational organised fisheries crime: A South African perspective

2020-08-19 05:58:12 | Michael
Challenges and possible solutions concerning the inspection/investigation dichotomy in the context of transnational organised fisheries crime: A South African perspective

Short Courses

2020-06-17 10:40:20 | FishFORCE
Fisheries Law Enforcement Courses

2016 Coastal Links Langebaan and Others v Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

2019-10-10 06:50:58 | SHER, AJ
2016 Coastal Links Langebaan and Others v Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

2014 Border Deep Sea Angling Association v DAFF

2019-10-10 06:49:45 | Potterill J
2014 Border Deep Sea Angling Association v DAFF

2013 West Coast Rock Lobster Association and Others v Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism

2019-10-10 06:40:58 | Navsa, Lewis, Ponnan and Mhlantla JJA and K Pillay AJA
2013 West Coast Rock Lobster Association and Others v Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism

2013 West Coast Rock Lobster Association and Others v MEAT

2019-10-10 06:40:57 | Davis J
2013 West Coast Rock Lobster Association and Others v MEAT

2013 SOLE NO V MINISTER DAFF

2019-10-10 06:38:34 | FOURIE, J
2013 SOLE NO V MINISTER DAFF

2013 S v ROBERTS AND OTHERS 2013 (1) SACR 369 (ECP)

2019-10-10 06:38:33 | Chetty J
2013 S v ROBERTS AND OTHERS 2013 (1) SACR 369 (ECP)

2013 Bengis v Government of South Africa

2019-10-10 06:36:22 | ROGERS J
2013 Bengis v Government of South Africa

2008 Laingville Fisheries v MEAT

2019-10-10 06:32:55 | GRIESEL ET WAGLAY JJ
2008 Laingville Fisheries v MEAT

2005 Foodcorp PTY LTD v Deputy Director General DAFF

2019-10-10 06:32:53 | Van Zyl, J
2005 Foodcorp PTY LTD v Deputy Director General DAFF

1994 s v selecta

2019-10-10 06:28:21 | SMALBERGER, VIVIER, et HARMS, JJA
1994 s v selecta

Investigation No. 12 Avoidance of penalties: the TXORI ARGI

2019-07-03 09:00:48 | FISH-i Africa
The Spanish flagged and owned purse seiner TXORI ARGI was fined for fishing without a licence in Mozambican waters and failing to report their catch.

Investigation No. 11 Rogues or ghosts?

2019-06-27 05:15:59 | FISH-i Africa
Belize-registered GREKO 1 was known to be active in Somali waters, but it was not until 2016 when a European Union naval patrol provided Somalia with sightings of fishing vessels in their exclusive economic zone (EEZ) that it’s operations were analysed.

Investigation No. 10 Mauritian action on Sri Lankan vessels

2019-06-27 05:12:07 | FISH-i Africa
This case provides a textbook example of how information sharing and timely monitoring, control and surveillance (MCS) operations can be effective in stopping illegal fishing.

Investigation No. 9 A repeat offender brought to book: the NESSA 7

2019-06-27 05:08:04 | FISH-i Africa
The NESSA 7 demonstrates the persistence and determination of illegal operators. It was tracked by FISH-i Africa as it was thought to be one of the many longline vessels using the name ‘NAHAM-4’ operating in the Indian Ocean.

Investigation No. 8 Three vessels or one?

2019-06-27 04:42:50 | FISH-i Africa
This case highlights the complex use and abuse of vessel identities and how these were uncovered. FISH-i Africa compared tracks of fishing vessels and photographs taken during port visits around the Western Indian Ocean to expose the ambiguity in the vessels’ identity.

Investigation No. 7 Piracy, poaching and people smuggling?

2019-06-27 04:13:48 | FISH-i Africa
The LUCKY STAR has been a vessel of interest within the Western Indian Ocean for many years. It has repeatedly been reported to be poaching in Somali waters and harassing artisanal fishers in Kenyan waters.

Investigation No. 6 Mysterious operations on the Somali coast

2019-06-27 03:53:04 | FISH-i Africa
There seems to be little doubt that the POSEIDON and the AL-AMAL were fishing illegally in Somali waters and engaging in illegal transhipment at sea.

Investigation No. 5 Fugitives from justice

2019-06-27 03:50:31 | FISH-i Africa
The SAMUDERA PASIFIC No. 8 and BERKAT MENJALA No. 23 were part of a fleet of 10 Indonesian-flagged fishing vessels arrested off the coast of South Africa for suspected illegal fishing activities.

Investigation No. 4 The multiple identities of the NAHAM-4

2019-06-27 03:48:28 | FISH-i Africa
The NAHAM-4 investigation highlights the extent of vessel identity fraud occurring in the fishing industry.

Investigation No. 3 IUU listed vessels de-flagged

2019-06-27 03:40:36 | FISH-i Africa
Fishing vessel owners often use name and flag changes to avoid the consequences of being IUU listed by regional fishery management organisations (RFMOs).

Investigation No. 2 Fake licensing operation uncovered

2019-06-27 03:37:55 | FISH-i Africa
At a time when the threat of piracy was considered the reason for low numbers of fishing vessels obtaining licences to fish in Tanzanian waters, a large organised network distributing fake documents through corrupt practises was exposed.

Investigation No. 1 FISH-i Africa’s first success: the PREMIER

2019-06-27 03:33:27 | FISH-i Africa
The PREMIER was a high profile case with significant results

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