Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 5 June 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Poor sad Port Bell on Lake Victoria. What future has it?
WHARF TALK: specialised purpose vessel – EDDA FIDES
It’s official – sale of DAL to Hapag-Lloyd is approved
Spanish & French vessels fishing illegally in the Indian Ocean
Contracts signed to build 2,000km high-speed Egyptian railway
WHARF TALK: Ulramax bulk carrier – FERMITA
TRADE NEWS: Hydrogen energy system for cruise vessels
ONE signs contracts for ten very large container ship buildings
Davos 2022: WTO DG Okonjo-Iweala calls for global solidarity
Algoa Bay Oil Spill Update
WHARF TALK: tanker in Cape Town named – HAFNIA YANGTZE
Aden: Dilapidated oil tankers and dhow traffic increase
Xeneta container rates alert: shipping costs soar as long-term rates race 150% up year-on-year
IN CONVERSATION: What US re-entry into Somalia means for the Horn of Africa and for bigger powers
Durban, Cape Town & Ngqura rated poorly in latest World Port Rankings
WHARF TALK: Heavy lift vessel – ATLANTIC DAWN
Mercy Ships and Heads of State gather at Dakar as latest hospital ship enters service
IN CONVERSATION: Marine life in a South African bay is full of chemical pollutants
Transnet to focus on emerging miners for port and rail allocation
Five senior officials arrested over controversial Transnet locomotive procurement
European Commission shocks with an about face over cold treatment for South African citrus
WHARF TALK: Ukrainian Antarctic research ship – NOOSFERA
Mark this date: Day of the Seafarer 2022: 25 June
SAS Spioenkop limps home after mission in Mozambique
Algoa Bay oil spill – weekend update
Creecy extends fishing rights appeals period
KENYA: Ruto vows to undo SGR and Mombasa port deals if he becomes next president
20 years jailtime for diesel pipeline thief
Marine geospatial collaboration: UK’s role as a global leader in ocean science

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