Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 10 December 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   Richards Bay Coal Terminal

Container Terminals, not privatisation – its collaboration, says Transnet
WHARF TALK: Modern cable laying vessel ILE DE BREHAT
Tin-Can Island Container Terminal workers assured their jobs are safe under MSC
Xeneta Freight Rates Update: Week 49
U.S donates coastal patrol craft to Mozambique authorities
Port of Durban lagging behind in a post-pandemic world
WHARF TALK: Handymax bulk carrier WELLPARK
EU’s emission trading system (ETS) now includes maritime transport
Container xChange forecasts container rate war in 2023
Wilhelmshaven becomes Germany’s first LNG terminal
Wilhelmshaven wird Deutschlands erster LNG-Terminal
South Africa’s National shipping Line – feasible or stupid?
IN CONVERSATION: Why Britain should immediately withdraw from Mauritius’ Chagos Islands
Gas: The Ideal Resource Namibia and South Africa can offer Germans for Security
Gas: Der ideale Rohstoff Namibia und Südafrika bieten den Deutschen Sicherheit
TRADE NEWS: Castor Marine offers Starlink to boost Internet for its maritime, offshore and superyacht clients
Sexual Violence in Maritime Industry: Calls for Accountability
WHARF TALK: visiting French Navy ships NIVOSE & LE MALIN
Transnet eases the way for doing business with emerging manganese miners
Products tanker pirated twice in Gulf of Guinea: Italian Navy assists
Harvesting rainwater: Graduate saves fresh water in Malaysia
Exxaro faces a R11 billion cost in lost opportunities due to TFR’s inability to increase coal exports
WHARF TALK: former Leopard Star, now ELANDRA STAR
Angolan Navy takes delivery of first of three Ocean Eagle patrol boats
African Development Bank commits US$301 million to overhaul Uganda’s metre-gauge railway
Transnet Freight Rail happy with ban on scrap metal
Freak wave causes fatality, others injured on Viking Polaris cruise ship

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