Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 12-13 August 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

Here are the News Headlines:


Covid-19 jabs to seafarers at no charge
WHARF TALK: Cape Town call for large trailing suction hopper dredger GATEWAY
AVIATION & AIRFREIGHT: Qatar Airways new link from Doha to Lusaka and Harare
IN CONVERSATION: Insights for African countries from the latest climate change projections
NYK wood chip carrier Crimson Polaris breaks in two off Japan
Hurtigruten Expeditions to cruise West Africa destinations
New US Lighthouse stamps
WHARF TALK: Offshore construction support vessel NORMAND FRONTIER
NSRI Gqeberha Sea Rescue crew medivac seriously injured seaman from bulk carrier
US Coast Guard commissions 44th Fast Response Cutter Glen Harris
Retail operations under threat from vessel delays and rising rates
USS Herschel ‘Woody’ Williams (T-ESB 4) deploys to Nigeria
WHARF TALK: LPG tanker named BW ODIN
ABB Azipod propulsion for Orange Marine cable-laying & repair ship
IPCC report shows that climate change is rapid, widespread and intensifying
IN CONVERSATION: IPCC climate report: Profound changes are underway in Earth’s oceans and ice – a lead author explains what the warnings mean
Transnet reports further cargo handling disruptions because of IT network
Mozambique insurrection: LATEST: Rwandan forces recapture Mocimboa da Praia
Mozambique insurrection update: Joseph Hanlon reports….
WHARF TALK: The interesting story behind a reefer named TAGANROGSKIY ZALIV
ONE launches Marine Safety and Quality Campaign 2021: Global self-inspection
R500 million cocaine drug bust made at Durban harbour
DP World strengthens its grip on logistics in southern Africa
Imperial to acquire 100% stake in the J&J Africa Group for R4.4 billion
Port Window: Walvis Bay records increase in salt exports
WHARF TALK: From a musical concert to a gemstone – BLUE ONYX
Navigational warnings: Reporting and broadcasting hazards at sea

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