Aquaculture Institute of South Africa
Starting an Aquaculture Business
Setting up an Aquaculture Business can be an expensive exercise and is not for the faint hearted. You need to acknowledge that it represents a significant business decision that requires not only a serious commitment but also time. Just like any other business venture, it requires a detailed feasibility study before investment decisions are made. Anything less than that puts you in the category of hobby farming, which is an excellent lifestyle choice but may not earn an income. Please visit www.ai-sa.org.za for information.
Services that promote BEE
(Note: it is the responsibility of the interested parties to establish each other's credibility)
- If your company wants to partner up with a BEE company, visit www.ai-sa.org.za to send your details.
- If you are a BEE company and you want to partner up with an existing Aquaculture initiative/farm, visit www.ai-sa.org.za to send your details.
Provincial Government Western Cape - 10009/07
- Diary Production
- Agricultural Economics
- Ostrich Production
- Pasture Science
- Animal breeding and selection
- Soil Science
- Veterinary Science
- Agro meteorology
- Animal Health
- Extension services
- Human Resources
- Animal Nutrition
- Finance (accounting, internal auditing, etc.)
- Food Science
- Food Technology
Bursaries cover the standard fees required by the university or Technikon. Preference will be given to qualifying applicants studying in the agricultural, engineering and other scarce and critical skills areas in the agricultural sector.
Females and people with disabilities especially, are encouraged to apply.
All enquiries can be directed to: Ms R Rabie
Tel: 021 808 5339
For more information about projects, programmes and vacancies visit www.ai-sa.org.za