Three countries sharing a productive ecosystem
The Benguela Current Commission is a multi-sectoral inter-governmental initiative of Angola, Namibia and South Africa. It promotes the sustainable management and protection of the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem, or BCLME.
Sep 02 , 2014
Ministers from Angola, Namibia and South Africa have approved and signed the Strategic Action Programme of the Benguela Current Commission, setting out a programme of activities for the next five years.
Jul 07 , 2014
The Benguela Current Commission (BCC) is a multi-sectoral initiative by Angola, Namibia and South Africa to promote integrated management, sustainable development and protection of the environment using an ecosystem approach to ocean governance. It is focussing, inter alia, on the management of shared fish stocks, marine mining, ecosystem health, marine biodiversity, marine transport, socio-economics and early warning of extreme oceanographic events.
May 02 , 2014
Zukile Hutu has been appointed Data and Information Manager of the BCC in the latest of a series of appointments.