Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 29 July 2023

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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WHARF TALK: The successful righting of sailing barque EUROPA
TNPA Richards Bay seeking supplier of port common-user LNG infrastructure
Angola bets ‘heavy’ on Blue Economy for socio-economic development
Angola aposta ‘pesado’ na Economia Azul para o desenvolvimento socioeconómico
Fire on Fremantle Highway still burning Thursday morning
Car Carrier Fremantle Highway on fire off Netherlands coast
The IMO World Maritime Theme 2024: Navigating the future: safety first!
WHARF TALK: Greenpeace in South Africa – regular visitors & marine demonstrations. Part 2
SAECS schedule changes because of SA port delays
In Conversation: Food crisis in Africa: the high cost of imported fertilisers is adding to the problem
Ghana receives Defender boats as part of multi-million maritime security upgrade
TNPA shortlists three groups for Boegoebaai Port & Rail development
WHARF TALK: Greenpeace in South Africa – regular visitors & marine demonstrations. Part 1
RITES the lowest bidder for supplying ten diesel locos & wagons to Mozambique
In Conversation: Kenya’s logging ban has been lifted – it’s a political decision and a likely setback for conservation
New IMO MENA Regional Presence Office Egypt
New STS cranes and RTGs set sail for Tema port
Pacific International Lines – First into Hutchison’s Red Sea Port, Jazan
Kenya: Malaba border delays as Uganda upgrades ‘system’
UAE and DNV: Establishing a maritime decarbonisation centre
Call for Port of Cape Town private sector participation
WHARF TALK: forerunner of all things green – ENERGY OBSERVER
WTO D-G Okonjo-Iweala: African ingredients for digital success
In Conversation: Why Russia pulled out of its grain deal with Ukraine – and what that means for the global food system
Galilee: Women in port management training
Hefty jailtime for two oil pipeline thieves
Seafarer Photography Competition: Life At Sea 2023
Mozambique: Cuamba to Lichinga railway reopened

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