Threat to small-scale fishing in SA's Saldanha Bay
While the port of Cape Town is one of South Africa's busiest, around 100 miles (160km) up the coast lies, potentially, a much larger and more diverse operation.
Over the past 30 years, Saldanha Bay - a rustic, fishing village - has experienced rapid industrial growth, but the economic boom that came with it has passed by some of the local residents.
And as small-scale fishing on South-Africa's west coast declines, fishermen in the region are concerned their way of life may disappear entirely.
The BBC's Matthew Davies went to find out more for Africa Business Report.
10 Oct 2014
- From the section Business