Biologist pilots fish farming project

Fish farmer ULF Nermark (right) casts out a net after catching fish from a tank. PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE
Fish farmer ULF Nermark (right) casts out a net after catching fish from a tank. PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE

Marine biologist, Ulf Nermark has embarked on a self-sponsored private fish-farming project in Gaborone.

Speaking to Business Monitor, Nermark said that he has been doing fish farming since 1980 in his home country, Sweden.

“This industry can be one of the fastest growing sectors in Botswana,” says the farmer.

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