Kosi Bay Fish Traps

Representing indigenous fishing methods spanning 700 years,¬† the Kosi Bay Fish Traps are the oldest existing cultural fishing in South Africa. Constructed in three of the four lakes of the Kosi Bay Wetlands, the traps or crawls are passed down from father to son and represent an ancient form of subsistence fishing that has for centuries maintained a sustainable balance. Kosi Bay is the most … Continue reading Kosi Bay Fish Traps

South Africa’s day will come

South Africa requires a sober and clear road map into the future for business and investment to survive. Difficult to predict from the natural haven of the ¬†Garden Route, but still relevent to our well-being. South African Road map of the future? Continue reading South Africa’s day will come