Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 10 October 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Transnet reopens Cookhouse-Blaney branch line in Eastern Cape
Landmark trial eliminates mosquito pest
IN CONVERSATION: Blockade of Port Sudan: what’s behind it and what can end it
Fire at Port of Richards Bay terminal extinguished
China-US freight rates plunge, but China manufacturing woes create new headaches for shippers
WHARF TALK: Anchor Handling Support vessel – SD HONOUR
Mozambique Report: COP 26 – gas & cyclones?
HMS Trent deploys to West Africa to support maritime security
Berth at Port of Mwanza on Lake Victoria to undergo upgrade ahead of new ferry entering service
Mozambique Report: Total says LNG will go ahead, but three years late
IN CONVERSATION: South Africa’s massive ‘sardine run’ leads fish into an ecological trap
TRADE NEWS: Jan De Nul contracts Castor Marine to connect entire fleet
Kenya commissions new naval base in Manda Bay
President Ramaphosa gives ‘green light’ for cruises
WHARF TALK: Dolphin S57 type bulker – STAR CEPHEUS
TransNamib leases additional locomotives from South Africa to increase capacity
Sri Lanka Ports Authority in BOT agreement for new container terminal
Transnet infrastructure investment pays off: SA citrus exports up 12 per cent
WHARF TALK: a tug named – OUBANGUI
IN CONVERSATION: Global shortage of shipping containers highlights their importance in getting goods to Amazon warehouses, store shelves and your door in time for Christmas
Nigeria’s ultra modern Records Centre in commission
WHARF TALK: bulker from Ehoala – BRANT
SGM donates to Home Run for Education
The Walvis Bay Kids Haven continues to benefit from Namport’s generosity
Second big drug haul for French frigate in a week

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