Sea Harvest has made headlines this week with the launch of their new share scheme which will see the company issuing more than 4 million shares to its employees.
The company, which is owned by Brimstone Investment Corporation and Kagiso Tiso Holdings, regards the 4.3 million shares as an extension of it empowerment and shareholding for employees.
Sea Harvest executive chairman Fred Robertson said, “In celebrating 20 years of existence, Brimstone has endeavoured to assist in the growth and development of all subsidiaries and this share scheme does exactly that.
“We are very proud of our employees and it is imperative that the company’s success positively impacts them, their families and the surrounding community.”
Another fishing company making a difference in the community this week is the Oceana Group. It was reported in the press that the company has taken on the rehousing of nine Hout Bay families who lost their homes over two months ago in a fire.
After an appeal by the Hout Bay Civic Association, Oceana stepped in to assist with the building of several new fire-resistant houses. The families affected by the fire will be moving in this weekend.
Avril Raatz who lost all her possessions in the fire said, “I am so excited. I would like to thank Oceana and the Hout Bay Civic Association for making this happen.”