Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 9 November 2023

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   SAAGAR

Two former Transnet execs have their pension benefits interdicted
WHARF TALK: offshore platform supply vessel (PSV) – ALLIANZ CRYSTAL
Varamar and COSCO Shipping agree commercial partnership to boost respective trades
In Conversation: Abandoned oil rigs could scrape carbon from the sky and store it in empty undersea reservoirs
ICVL plans to double its Mozambique coal production
South African cruise season gets underway
WHARF TALK: MR2 products tanker – SEA ADORE
Shipping schedule updates
In Conversation: The price of fish & chips: The shark slayers and an unfolding disaster for the love of fried fish
Cargo traffic on Lake Victoria increases during Q1
Boluda provides new tug for Port of Lomé
In Conversation: The Lawless Oceans — forced labour on rust-bucket boats docking at Cape Town harbour
WHARF TALK: NeoPanamax container vessel MAERSK AMAZON
MAIB lifeboat investigation – RRS Sir David Attenborough
MSC judged ‘Best Shipping Line – Asia-Africa’ for 4th year at AFLAS
Ship collision in Cape Town’s Duncan Dock
Kenya: IMO maritime security legislation training
Fugro’s next-generation coastal mapping system on view
Maputo Port Development Company renews marine services contract with P&O Maritime Logistics
Maputo Port Development Company renova contrato de serviços marítimos com a P&O Maritime Logistics
WHARF TALK: French Navy (Marine Nationale) Frigate FS FLORÉAL (F730)
Shipping Service and Schedule Updates
TNPA to the rescue of Richards Bay Alkantstrand Beach
IMO marks 50 years since the MARPOL Convention was adopted
Ramaphosa calls for lengthier AGOA to incentify African industry
European ports concern over the EU ETS for maritime sector
Two leading terminal operators initiate widespread electrification of container handling equipment
The Master’s Practical Guide to Maritime Law published to aid seafarers with incidents at sea
Xeneta Update: Upturn in the ocean freight shipping market proves to be a false dawn

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 29 May 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Algoa Oil Spill Update – Umnenga II and Lefkas
Nigeria continues dredging of Escravos channel to improve access to Eastern Ports
IN CONVERSATION: Pan-African integration has made progress but needs a change of mindset
ISRAR fishing fleet blacklisted in Indian Ocean to safeguard tuna
Clean-up of Algoa Bay oil spill involving Umnenga II and Lefkas, continues
WHARF TALK: Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (IMR) vessel NOR GOLIATH
Abuja MoU: Harmonising Port State Control and Flag State implementation
Zimbabwe citrus sector turns towards China for new exports
IN CONVERSATION: Environmental groups launch legal review of go-ahead for Phinda gas-to-power plant in Richards Bay
Another bunkering oil spill in Algoa Bay
WHARF TALK: A bitumen tanker named BISKRA
NPA warns that Nigerian port concessions may be revoked unless….
IN CONVERSATION: Rising sea levels are driving faster erosion along Senegal’s coast
MAIB Report: Fumigant poisoning, mv Thorco Angela
Port of Douala Fruit Terminal upgraded
WHARF TALK: SA Port Statistics for April 2022
WHARF TALK: Japanese-built MR2 product tanker – CALANDRIA
IMO Madagascar Port Security Workshop
WHARF TALK: Maritime News in Brief
Kenya: Developing a National Maritime Security Risk Register – IMO support
DR Congo shipping line opens offices at Dar es Salaam & Mombasa
WHARF TALK: THREE CONFEDERATE RAIDERS AT THE CAPE IN 1863
CGA calls for urgent update on interventions at the ports
ICS and Suez accord
Malawi grants licence to African Railway Company to import fuels from the port of Nacala
Bashir Jamoh hopes to remain with NIMASA as Director-General
Good news for the South African citrus industry: EC withdraws Cold Treatment requirement
Shipping costs costing E Cape citrus industry dearly
Air cargo: Air France-KLM and CMA CGM accord

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