Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 2 April 2023

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   Durban Bay – Tranquility

Danish tanker Monjasa Reformer remains missing after pirates go on board
WHARF TALK: Ultramax bulk carrier SAGAR KANTA
IMO workshop on domestic ferry safety: Eastern and Southern Africa
Transnet Pipelines delivers first direct jet fuel parcel to OR Tambo International Airport
L’UE financera la reconstruction de l’autoroute stratégique Tchad-Cameroun vers le port de Douala
EU to fund rebuilding strategic Chad-Cameroon highway to Douala port
President Ramaphosa directs Transnet to implement reforms to turnaround entity’s performance
Gordhan off to China to ‘save’ the loco order
WHARF TALK: Post Panamax container vessel – MOL PROFICIENCY
SAECS Advisory – MOL Proficiency to bypass London Gateway
Hapag-Lloyd launches new WA1 – West Africa Service
Lake Tanganyika’s Kabwe Port saves traders long journeys
Another transport appointment change in Kenya as new administration takes charge
Lobito Port moves towards becoming a landlord port, with concessioned terminal
WHARF TALK: Panamax MR2 products tanker – KING GREGORY
Lake Tanganyika ports enjoying fruits of government investment
Whatever next? Transnet investigates allegations of ‘Ghost Trains’
Angola’s February oil production decreases
NATO MARCOM: Exercising on Africa’s northern flank
WHARF TALK: SA Port Statistics for February 2023
WHARF TALK: offshore support vessel – NAUTILUS
Grindrod confirms appointing Johny Smith as new CEO of rail division
World Bank agrees to finance repair of Mozambique’s EN1 North-South Highway
OPINION: Seismic surveys on the South African coast
Logistics Park planned for Angolan border town of Luau
USD 30 million for rebuilding Mocimboa da Praia port
Trade finance: Lifeblood for African small businesses

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS Maritime News

Africa PORTS & SHIPS Maritime News

Here are the day’s Maritime News Headlines:

First View : PERISTIL
Construction of Caio port in Angola to be complete in 2020
Angolan court frees seafarers after three months in custody
Uganda opts in favour of Lake Victoria to move fuel
South Africa explores business prospects in Kenya, Tanzania
Potential NRZ investors inspect Zimbabwe rail assets
IMO needs to finalise ballast water implementation dates
PRESS RELEASES
Expected Ship Arrivals and Ships in Port
Cruise News and Naval Activities
Pics of the Day : RIA MAR

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