Our people

We are one of the largest employers in the Mossel Bay area. We aim to provide a safe and healthy work environment where our people can reach their full potential. We are committed to employment equity and continue to improve our equity drive within the business.


We recognise the following stakeholders and will engage applying good corporate governance. We are committed to a stakeholder inclusive approach:

  • Investors
  • Customers
  • Employees
  • Mossel Bay community
  • Government and regulators
  • Suppliers
  • Business partners
  • Media
  • Industry and business associations
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Our transformation

Afro Fishing is committed to the principles of the Broad-based
Black Economic Empowerment Act. Afro Fishing is currently a B-BEEE level 1 company.

Our food policy

Afro Fishing strives to provide high quality, safe and affordable canned product to our consumers. We therefore adhere to the most stringent food safety regulations. Afro Fishing is a HACCP approved food processing establishment in terms of EU and FDA regulations. We follow all applicable food manufacturing regulations and legal requirements. Afro Fishing is pursuing a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) Assessment/Audit. The food safety management system being implemented to achieve this is the ISO 22000 standard.

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Our environment

Afro Fishing recognises that its actions today will impact on future generations and that its operations impact significantly on the environment. Sustainable practises therefore need to be incorporated in all aspects of our business.
We will strive to:
  • Harvest and utilise our natural resources sustainably and responsibly
  • Achieve compliance with all environmental legislation
  • Apply ‘best practise’ and environmentally friendly technologies
  • Engage in activities to improve the environment and reduce our impact