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The National Oceans and Coastal Information Management System (OCIMS) provides decision support for the effective governance of South Africa’s oceans and coasts.

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Staying on Track

Visualizing Big Coastal Geodata in Compliance with the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Technical Specifications

Cape Town
17°
Fair
07:0318:28 SAST
Feels like: 17°C
Wind: 23km/h SE
Humidity: 49%
Pressure: 1019.98mbar
UV index: 4
12h
17°C
TueWedThu
19/12°C
15/12°C
18/11°C

Durban
25°
Fair
05:4017:54 SAST
Feels like: 25°C
Wind: 31km/h S
Humidity: 47%
Pressure: 1017.95mbar
UV index: 7
12h
25°C
MonTueWed
30/19°C
23/17°C
21/16°C

Hermanus
17°
Mostly Cloudy
06:2618:42 SAST
Feels like: 17°C
Wind: 10km/h ESE
Humidity: 81%
Pressure: 1018.29mbar
UV index: 3
12h
18°C
MonTueWed
16/11°C
17/12°C
17/13°C

Port Elizabeth
24°
Fair
06:0118:17 SAST
Feels like: 24°C
Wind: 13km/h S
Humidity: 49%
Pressure: 1018.63mbar
UV index: 6
13h
25°C
MonTueWed
26/13°C
20/10°C
19/11°C

The National OCIMS is the result of collaborative partnerships led by the Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries and managed by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. The project has drawn from the expertise of government, labour, business, academia and other sectors. It serves under the premise of Operation Phakisa a national government project.