Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 16 November 2023

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   Port of Cape Town

Agaléga, India’s semi-secret Indian Ocean naval base
WHARF TALK: Fast Sailing Heavylift vessel – AEGIR
IMO and African SAR
The Future is Now: London Gateway receives automated stacking cranes for fourth berth
In Conversation: Fishing down the food web: Bye-bye big fish, hello jellyfish and don’t talk about conservation
Mozambique’s controversial tuna company Ematum to be liquidated
WHARF TALK: SA Port Statistics for October 2023
WHARF TALK: floating university – WORLD ODYSSEY
Beira fishing port losing vessels due to high fuel prices
CMA CGM reshuffles service between Asia and South & West Africa
Nigerian ports shut by strike action
Maersk delinks South Africa from FEW service over port congestion
WHARF TALK: chemical tanker – GTM GERMANY
IMO team in South Africa to conduct a mandatory audit under the IMO Member State Audit Scheme (IMSAS)
Rwanda’s new Port Rubavu set to open in December
In Conversation: Africa-US trade: Agoa deal expires in 2025 – an expert unpacks what it’s achieved in 23 years
Remembrance Day, London 12/11/23
Cargo owners to bear the brunt of Transnet terminal failures
Climate change and ship exhaust scientifically challenged
Research into seafarer demographics
Vasco da Gama, a worthy name for a visiting cruise ship
Seventy-two thousand plus seafarers visit Nigerian ports annually
IMO and transboundary oil spills: Strengthening cooperation in Africa
TFR concludes Cape Corridor maintenance shutdown
In Conversation: The bureaucratic nightmare: Unlicensed Kalk Bay fishers beached by fishing quotas   Part 3

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