The CEO of Africa’s largest fishing group Oceana, Neville Brink, says his focus is on growing the company as the group moves on from questions around its accounting.

A whistleblower flagged irregularities in the accounting treatment of the group’s 25% shareholding in Westbank, held by its wholly owned subsidiary US Daybrook. Westbank is a commercial fishing business that provides Daybrook with 100% of its catch...

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