Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 6 July 2024

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   Durban Bay on a Saturday morning

Port of Tema: MPS installs latest simulator facility at Tema port
In Conversation: The story of how Swahili became Africa’s most spoken language
Angola’s Port of Luanda honoured by ESQR award
In Conversation: Shell didn’t consult communities properly about mining the Wild Coast – but how much legal protection do South Africans have?
Port Advisories and general shipping news
WHARF TALK: MR2 products tanker – YASA SEAGULL
SEIA reports highlight DP World’s socio-economic benefits for Nigeria and South Africa
Japanese Navy ships Cape Town visit – Public Public Visiting times
Maersk boss speaks of ‘massive impact’ of Red Sea attacks on global supply chains
WHARF TALK: MR2 products tanker – NORD VICTORIOUS
Marsa Maroc to operate Eastern Container Terminal at port of Nador West Med (NWM)
RFA concerned about ‘new brooms sweeping clean’ at cabinet level
Hapag-Lloyd terminal division rebranded as Hanseatic Global Terminals
Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force ships visiting Cape Town
WHARF TALK: MR2 products tanker – CL EMILY BRONTE
Great Fish Point Lighthouse turns 126 years today – World Marine ATON Day
ICS launches Global Health Emergency Guide, First Edition
Policy to boost African maritime security announced
Mombasa: Maritime security training on control and compliance
Comoros outlines National Action Plan to strengthen oil spill response
WHARF TALK: three-funnel passenger liner – CAP POLONIO
MOL to improve logistics presence in South-East Africa, taking stake in Alistair Group
SAS Amatola visit to Russia cancelled – defects and lack of maintenance cited
Beira port reacts, says record container volumes are being achieved this year
O porto da Beira reage e diz que volumes recordes de contentores estão a ser alcançados este ano
Port of Dar es Salaam hosts its largest containership, MSC ADU V
IMO Maritime Single Window: Port of Abidjan, Cȏte d’Ivoire
Kenmare names two new dredgers for new Moma mine site

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 9 August 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   BAHRI YANBU

Trucks set alight on N2 between Ermelo and Piet Retief
Nigerian Chamber of Shipping becomes full ICS member
WHARF TALK: BROTONNE BRIDGE makes it finally into port
Xeneta container rates alert: shippers stunned as long-term rates surge by almost 30% in a month
Lagos ports traffic gridlock remains a ‘major headache
CRUISING: MSC Cruises restarts American cruising out of Miami
IMO building support for fishing safety in the Pacific region
WHARF TALK: What’s in a name? MP THE LAW
Marsa Maroc sells 35% of its stock to Tanger Med
IMCA signs GoG Declaration on the Suppression of Piracy
The Future is Here:DHL signs into all-electric cargo aircraft
Fire in Durban-bound container ship Seaspan Lahore narrowly averted
WHARF TALK: Among the unusually named ships is FREIGHT MARGIE
NSPCA says it ain’t over, we’re appealing High Court ruling on live animal exports
Vehicle sales & exports affected by civil unrest, port cyber attack and COVID-19, reports Naamsa
Tanzania VP urges greater use of Mtwara Port
WHARF TALK: the lay ship LV OCEAN NORTH 105
Another great historic ship that sailed into South African waters – HMS CHALLENGER
SA Navy patrol ship SAS MAKHANDA arrives in Pemba
IATA data on air cargo shows strongest growth since 2017
MSC towage division takes delivery of Sanmar-built tug for Portuguese port
Transnet lifts force majeure as ports begin the recovery phase
ONE provides for South African children: Free transport of educational materials
WHARF TALK: A unique trawler – NIKKO MARU No.1
Women in Maritime new association inaugurated: West and Central Africa
Swiftnova Engineering raises the bar in excellence with welding certification
Modular onshore beacons for marine infrastructure
Israeli-connected tanker Mercer Street attacked by drone in Gulf of Oman
NSRI called out to perform medical offshore evacuations, at Durban & Stilbaai

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