Threat to small-scale fishing in SA's Saldanha Bay
While the port of Cape Town is one of South Africa's busiest, around 100 miles (160km) up the coast lies, potentially, a much larger and more diverse operation.
Over the past 30 years, Saldanha Bay - a rustic, fishing village - has experienced rapid industrial growth, but the economic boom that came with it has passed by some of the local residents.
And as small-scale fishing on South-Africa's west coast declines, fishermen in the region are concerned their way of life may disappear entirely.
The BBC's Matthew Davies went to find out more for Africa Business Report.