Gutted - The Fight of Kalk Bay Fishers

Greenpeace International
Publication Date:
11 September 2020
South Africa, Agribusiness, Food and Agriculture

Much like the fishing communities of West Africa, the fishermen and women processors of Kalk Bay share a special connection with the sea, as fishing is inherently part of their culture and heritage - a tradition passed on from one generation to the next. The ocean is the only thing they know and their livelihoods depend on it. But the fishermen's bounty is dwindling ...

NOW, our new documentary "GUTTED", shines a light on how harmful industrial fishing has stolen the heritage and culture of these fishermen.

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