Public notices

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2022  
Date Description
27 October 2022 Second (2nd) demersal fisheries roadshows / public consultations [PDF - 991,21 kb ]
1 October 2022 The department to conduct a catchall week for Western Cape small-scale fisheries verification and registration process [PDF - 154,81 kb]
05 September 2022 Roll out Western Cape small-scale fisheries verification, registration, declaration, and rights allocation [PDF - 105 kb]
24 August 2022 Publishing the reviewed Language Policy of the DFFE on the website for internal and public consumption: isiXhosa
24 August 2022 Publishing the reviewed Language Policy of the DFFE on the website for internal and public consumption: Sesotho
29 July 2022

Public consultation on draft white paper on conservation and sustainable use of South Africa’s biodiversity to take place between 3 and 12 August 2022

11 July 2022

National Environmental Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) Proposed Regulations Pertaining to Financial Provisioning for Mitigation and Rehabilitation of Environmental Damage Caused by reconnaissance, prospecting, exploration, mining, or production [G47112-GoN2272]

11 July 2022

National Environment Management Act, 1998  (Act 107 of 1998) Proposed regulation pertaining to the exploration and production on onshore oil and gas requiring hydraulic fracturing [G47112 – GoN 2273

17 June 2022 South Africa’s second National Plan of Action for the Conservation and Management of Sharks (NPOA-Sharks II) [PDF - 3.2 mb]
27 May 2022 Letter of consent or objections – Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA): publications for FRAP2021/2022 applications forms of all FRAP applicants. [PDF - 461.23 kb]
24 February 2022 Use of motorised equipment for recreational angling: drones and remotely operated devices and/or vehicles

The purpose of this public notice is to alert recreational anglers and suppliers of fishing equipment that the department intends to rigorously enforce the regulations that govern recreational angling and ensure offenders are prosecuted and sentences accordingly. The department will also seize the various illegal devices used and upon any successful conviction will seek an order from the court to have these devices forfeited to the state.

   

 


2019  
Date Description
06 February 2019 General published reasons for the decisions on appeal White Shark Cage Diving (WSCD) non-consumptive sector [PDF - 4.47 mb]