Angola, Namibia and South Africa prepare to sign Benguela Convention

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15 Apr 2011 - 18 Jan 2016
The Benguela Current Convention, a treaty between Angola, Namibia and South Africa that will regulate the future management of the marine ecosystems of the Benguela Current, is set for signature later this year. The Convention's objective is the long-term conservation, protection, rehabilitation and sustainable use of the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem or BCLME.