Thousands of foreign fishing vessels ply African waters every year seeking to tap the continent’s rich fish stocks. Many of these vessels are believed to be exploiting Africa’s fisheries illegally. This is compounded by inadequate monitoring and surveillance efforts of the fishing sector by African governments and complicity between foreign fishing companies and the African ministries responsible for regulating fishing. Ultimately, these problems have consequences for human security.
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