Fishing Mauritius

Matériel de Pêche Illégal: Rs 10 Millions Partent en Fumée

Plus de 350 équipements de pêche illégaux, saisis cette année, ont été exposés, ce mardi 14 octobre, au Mahebourg Fisheries Post. Estimés à environ Rs 10 millions, ces fusils sous-marins, filets et autres outils seront détruits à Mare-Chicose, cet après-midi.

14 Oct 2014,

Selon des Pêcheurs: St-Brandon une «Mine de Richesses» à Exploiter

Pour relancer le secteur de la pêche, les principaux acteurs ne manquent pas d’idées. Lors d’une conférence de presse, ce jeudi 28 août, à Port-Louis, le Syndicat des pêcheurs a proposé que le ministère de la Pêche investisse Rs 100 millions dans des bateaux semi industriels.

02 Sep 2014,

Pêche : Place à la Culture du Poulpe et du Cono-Cono

Après le poisson, l’huître, le concombre de mer et le crabe, le ministère de la Pêche affiche la volonté de mettre en place l’élevage du poulpe et du cono-cono à Maurice et à Rodrigues.

23 Jul 2014,

Accaparement des Plages : le Syndicat des Pêcheurs Réclame un Rapport de L’hôtel Azuri

Ils sont en rogne, et ils ne comptent pas baisser les bras. Environ cinquante pêcheurs ont manifesté ce vendredi matin 4 avril en face de l’hôtel Azuri, à Haute-Rive.

11 Apr 2014,

Fishing: Controversy Surrounding the Funding Provided by the EU

" It's a waste! " says Vassen Kaupaymuthoo, oceanographer. He argues that the funds provided by the European Union to promote responsible and sustainable fishing in Mauritian waters used in part to fund the participation of officers of the Department in international conferences.

04 Apr 2014,

Fishing: Russians Landing Fishhooks in Mauritius

After the Japanese and the Chinese, the Russians are now interested to supply Mauritian companies specialized in the handling of tuna and seafood. Ministry of Fisheries is currently in talks with the owners of Russian fishing vessels so they can carry out this project.

20 Mar 2014,

Fishermen Will Protest Against Azuri

The members of the fishermen's union held a protest outside the residences of luxury Azuri at March 21 to protest against "the destruction of the marine environment." During a press conference yesterday in Port Louis, the union and the ' Eastern Federation of Pleasure Craft Operators lamented the impact of tourism activities on the marine environment.

11 Mar 2014,

Aquaculture: 20 Floating Cages in Our Lagoons Soon

Fisheries plans to acquire 20 floating cages for aquaculture in excess of eight already installed to date. That, to meet the growing interest expressed by fishermen for small-scale aquaculture. Rs 8 million will be allocated for this project.

04 Feb 2014,

Grand Baie: Angry Fishermen Against Soodhun

The presence of Showkutally Soodhun in Grand Baie stirs the wrath of local fishermen.And because the member disputes the presence in the lagoon of Grand Bay boat semi-industrial fishing which, according to him, the source of pollution.

10 Dec 2013,

SAPMER Inaugurates New Processing Plant Tuna

SAPMER a Reunion company opened its new processing plant tuna, 'Indian Ocean Tuna Processing Services Limited' located in Port Louis on Friday

25 Nov 2013,

Fishing: Fewer Fish in Our Lagoons

Fishing in our lagoons reached a level of saturation, it is increasingly difficult for the fishermen to make good catches.

20 Nov 2013,

Expansion Port: Fishermen Are Resisting!

The work initiated by the Mauritius Ports Authority (MPA) off last week.

04 Oct 2013,

Seining: Season Extended to October 10

They have suffered from bad weather, which led to a big shortfall. But anglers can catch up. The season for seining has been extended until October 10. This decision was endorsed by the Council of Ministers on Friday 27 September.

28 Sep 2013,

Mare Chicose: Several Million Fishing Equipment Destroyed

Fishing equipment, valued between Rs 8 and Rs 10 million, will be destroyed at the landfill Mare Chicose next Thursday. The equipment will be first crushed by heavy vehicles before being buried in the ground. These devices have been seized in recent months by the guardians of the Ministry of Fisheries affected in five stations across the country. They have benefited from using the Flying Squad and members of the regular force.

06 Sep 2013,

Illegal Fishing: Mauritius Increasingly Vulnerable

Mauritius is determined to halt the plundering of our schools of fish by illegal fishing vessels flying the flag of the foreign country.

17 Aug 2013,

Port Louis: The Work Comblage Worry Fishermen

The comblage lagoon, extending over an area of ??35 acres, parts of Bain des Dames, Les Salines, and Fort William to the reefs, concerned at the highest point fishermen of Port Louis. This work will begin in September.

15 Aug 2013,

Second Temporary Closure of Ourites Fishing

Since Monday, August 5, the fishing is prohibited ourites Rodrigues. And, until 6 September 2013. Local authorities are of the opinion that this temporary closure will reduce overexploitation of ourites while allowing the species to reproduce.

07 Aug 2013,

Aquaculture : Un Expert de la FAO pour Former les Pêcheurs

Le Fishermen Investment Trust va de l’avant dans son projet de convertir les pêcheurs en pisciculteurs. Avec l’aide de la Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) une formation en aquaculture sera dispensée aux associations coopératives et à ceux qui sont déjà engagés dans cette activité.

05 Jul 2013,

Rodrogues, Marine Resources: Octopus Fishing Closed for Two Months

Fishing ourites will be closed from August 5 to 7 October 2013. This was announced, the Commissioner of Fisheries, Richard Payendee, during a press briefing in Port Mathurin yesterday Tuesday, July 2.

04 Jul 2013,

Seafood Hub: Rs 12 Billion in Revenue this Year

Seafood Hub sector has the wind in its sails. Forecasts indicate that growth in exports of about 30% is expected this year in this sector. This situation can be explained largely by the modern port facilities that exist in the port, new investment in this sector and the interest of importers for Mauritian products because they meet international standards.

03 Jul 2013,

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