Public urged not to disturb sharks coming inshore to give birth
The Seychelles Fishing Authority (SFA) is urging recreational fishermen to refrain from catching sharks who come in our coastal shallow waters to give birth, especially bull shark which is on the endangered list. Read More >>
Women and youth in Seychelles to train in value addition of fish products and their use in circular economy
Women and youth entrepreneurs in the fisheries sector are now able to follow training sessions that will give them the opportunity to work in the certified laboratories at the Seychelles Fishing Authority (SFA). Read More >>
Seychelles Fishing Authority to carry out lobster survey in October
The Seychelles Fishing Authority (SFA) will carry out a new study of the Spiny Lobster in October to assess the species' resources, an official said on Tuesday.
The statement was made by Kettyna Gabriel, a fisheries scientist at the SFA in a meeting with lobster fishers at the Seychelles Trading Company conference room. Read More >>