Season 5 Episode 34

Tue, 30 Dec 2014 10:00pm

“…we saw this article in the newspaper about corruption in the Fishing industry, it’s a worrying aspect….in the early days when you started fishing…politicians all took fishing rights for themselves, and I don’t think much has changed”

Cape Town is synonymous for many things but none more so than for our thriving fishing industry. Four seasoned Capetonian fishermen share their stories of brushes with death, old and new government regulations while reminiscing on the days when the ocean teemed with fish.

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Director: Jo Menell/ Richard Mills

Produced by: Street Talk Stories

Researcher: Bobby Jordan

Camera: Thembela Dick

Sound: Thina Daniel

Editor: Lara Taylor

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