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Fisheries key players want self-regulation

THE Aquaculture Development Association of Zambia (ADAZ) has called on Government to support self-regulation of the aquaculture industry in the country in order to allow the private sector to play a leading role in regulating the sub-sector.
ADAZ chairperson Fisho Mwale said this will enhance regulatory capacity to increase the adoption of voluntary standards and avoid the challenges that have crippled the capture fisheries sub-sector.
He also called on Government to reverse the policy introduced in 2010 of banning the production of Nile Tilapia hybrid bream in Western, North-Western, Luapula, Muchinga and Eastern provinces as the local species of breams being allowed there are not CLICK TO READ MORE