Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 10 September 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   ORIENTAL APOERA

Berbera port ready to compete with Djibouti but what effect will the Ethiopian war have?
WHARF TALK: Is she, or isnt she? – SAE IN LEADER
Grindrod Shipping announces closing of IVS Bulk Acquisition; IVS Pinehurst charter extension & share repurchases
NIMASA D-G says decline in piracy could end War Risk Insurance in Gulf of Guinea
Fishermen threaten Onne seaport operations over insecurity in Bonny waterways
Protests close Libyan ports of Es Sider and Ras Lanuf
Transnet and SIU granted a Preservation Order against CRRC E-Loco Supply
Nautical Institute Anniversary Webinar today, Friday and Saturday
WHARF TALK: a ship from another age – TOKACHI FROST
Whereabouts of Cape Town pilot launch
Namport looks to the future via education
East Africa: Truckers resume transporting cargo into South Sudan
CMA CGM resumes Reunion call with MIDAS 2 service
Nautical Institute Anniversary Webinar this week
Cheryl Carolus appointed as chairperson-designate of the Grindrod Limited board
WHARF TALK: chemical parcel tanker – BOCHEM OSLO
Durban’s Prince Edward Graving dock fire system upgraded
Italian frigate Antonio Marceglia heads out to West Africa on piracy patrol
DP World banks on Northern Sea Route vision: cooperates with FESCO at Vladivostok
PIRACY: Seafarer reported abducted from vessel off Libreville
Ghana bringing new maritime bill to jail convicted pirates
Aviation: SAA set for take-off
Government announces Timeframes for Fishing Rights Allocation Process
Hidden debts trial: Mozambique’s own corruption trial
Tanzanian port upgrades paying off
WHARF TALK: Maiden voyage for harbour tug BIO GUERRA
Australian-first Covid vaccinations for international seafarers: Application in Queensland
China opens first road-rail transport link to Indian Ocean
What’s happening in the world of ships and shipping?
USCG East Caribbean drugs bust
New Egyptian railway to link Red Sea and Mediterranean

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 18 August 2019

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Front Page: HMS WESTMINSTER BERTHS IN LONDON
MSC AINO named in Durban Harbour: exciting SA job creation venture announced
Detention of Grace 1. The end of a saga, or is it?
Coega creates 120,000 jobs, says CDC
New Walvis Bay Container Terminal to be commissioned Saturday 24 August
Indian Register of Shipping forges Indian Coast Guard training partnership
Damen Shipyards Cape Town joins WISTA
Collision between USS John S McCain and Alnic MC: NTSB Findings
Pipelay and accommodation vessel Jascon 30 docks in CT for refurbs
23,756-TEU MSC Gulsun videos of first voyage to Europe
Lamu New Port Update: First berth complete & ready for business
Mozambique to concession another five national roads to private operators
SAIMI sets new initiative to grow South Africa’s maritime culture
Douala Autonomous Port planning a second container terminal
Maersk includes vessel calls at Kribi in Cameroon
Cameroon think tank rates Kribi port over regional competitors
Anadarko takeover concluded: Total to be new operator of Rovuma Basin
Another Royal Navy frigate HMS Kent heads for Gulf escort duties
STERNPOST: Another view from London
Bonus for port of Lüderitz as 520 tonnes of manganese arrives by rail
Kenyan truckers faced with container embargo turn to specialised cargo
Trends: Remote surveys inspecting ships
US$432 million investment arranged for Owendo port in Libreville, Gabon
Celebrating the fourth anniversary of the New Suez Canal Inauguration
Durban News: NSRI & Air Force evacuate patient from tanker: SAS Drakensberg returns
UK Trade Secretary announces Freeports Advisory Panel
Jotun signs 42 vessel HPS contract with Wallenius Wilhelmsen
South Africa can become one of the world’s maritime centres of excellence, says SAMSA

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