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Registration for Free Transnet access permits to enter and fish in the Durban harbour


REGISTRATION FOR FREE TRANSNET ACCESS PERMITS TO ENTER AND FISH IN THE DURBAN HARBOUR

The KZN Subsistence Fisher folks, an affiliate of SDCEA, hereby notifies fisher folks who have still not received their permits or have not applied to please come forward to 44 Winder Street on Saturday 16th May and Sunday 17th May 2015.We wish to inform you that the first 80 applicants will be accommodated on Saturday and 80 applicants on Sunday .Thereafter the process will continue every Saturday and Sunday  until the purpose of this program of action is for fisher folks to take their fishing grounds back from their government. We encourage all fisher-folks to join together and put pressure on all government to ensure that fishing as a livelihood, remains at the forefront of overcoming poverty. For too long government has ignored the rights of fishermen and support other users of the beaches and harbours outstanding applications are completed.
*NB* Please bring along original and copy of your identity document
The process will start as follows:
Start Date of Registration –Saturday 17th May 2015 and Sunday 18th May 2015
Venue: 44Winder Street –Transnet Permit Office
Time: 7:30 am
If you do not have any permit application forms, these will be handed out at 07.30am at this meeting by KZN Subsistence officials
For Further Information please call:

Desmond D’Sa – 083982693
Essop Mohammed – 0837684175
Riaz Khan – 0619060149.   
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South Durban Community Environmental Alliance (SDCEA) is an environmental justice organization based in South Durban, South Africa. It is made up of 16 affiliate organizations and has been active since its formation in 1995. It is a non-government organization existing solely on finances sourced from funders and sponsors in order to remain totally independent. It makes no profit and exists solely for the benefit of the people it represents.