Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 23 August 2020

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Tanker Aegean II highjacked by pirates off Socotra
London Thamesport receives first train for Tideway East project
TPT develops logistics App to connect SA’s supply chain
Mauritius oil spill: potential government failures should be investigated
World Maritime Day Parallel Event postponed
Wakashio Update: UNCTAD responds
PICTURE PARADE: Holland America ships come a calling
TNPA pledges ongoing support for generation equality
Kenya-US free trade talks are under way: what Nairobi must get right from start
A.P. Moller-Maersk delivers strong second quarter performance
mv Wakashio oil spill in Mauritius: IMO helping to mitigate impacts
More congestion headaches at Durban Bayhead
Insurgents in command at Mocimboa da Praia: SADC offers belated condemnation
Large expansion for Port of Dar es Salaam car terminals
STERNPOST: Another view from London
Hamburg’s news leading light on the Elbe
Public Enterprises welcomes seizure of top Transnet executive’s assets
South Africa, Ghana engage in trade talks
WHARF TALK: MSC Cruises’ plans for cruising in South Africa
WHARF TALK: Durban weekly port summary
WHARF TALK: Durban weekly port performance
WHARF TALK: Cape Town weekly port summary
WHARF TALK: Cape Town weekly marine report
WHARF TALK: Cape Town Terminal Report
WHARF TALK: Port Elizabeth & Ngqura Report
WHARF TALK: Citrus – Orange season ending early
WHARF TALK: Drilling Rig Deepsea Stavanger returns to drill gas
Wakashio breaks up off the coast of Mauritius
IMO assists efforts to prevent oil spill from FSO Safer

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