Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 17 March 2024

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Angola’s Customs Police seize seven fishing vessels
TNPA opens 100 opportunities to lease port land and commercial developments
Indian Ocean naval exercise involving Iran, Russia & China – SA as observer
In Conversation: Five hotspots where floating plastic litter poses the greatest risk to North Atlantic marine life – new study
Armscor to acquire speedboats to patrol SA’s maritime borders
WHARF TALK: luxury passenger ship – SILVER SPIRIT
In Conversation: Technology to protect South Africa’s oceans: experts find that a data-driven monitoring system is paying off
IMO and Tunisia: Port security audit training
Bulk carrier Abdullah, sailing from Maputo, is highjacked by pirates
Near-tripling of EU ETS costs due to Red Sea crisis, analysis shows
WHARF TALK: Pure Car Carrier – WON SHIN
Two centuries of the RNLI
In Conversation: Somalia-Turkey maritime deal is a win for both countries, and not a power play for the Horn of Africa
TNPA begins rehabilitating Durban port roads
Nigerian Ports Authority to invest $1 billion in upgrading Tin Can Island and other ports
WHARF TALK: passenger cruise ship – ISLAND PRINCESS
Cyclone Filipo 17S now in Mozambique Channel, threatens southern Mozambique
TotalEnergies takes participating interest in Orange River Basin Block 3B/4B
IMO and MENA regional training: Seafarers’ assessment, examination and certification
MSC opens R350 million new cold storage facility in Durban
WHARF TALK: multi-purpose heavylift vessel – REGINE
Humanitarian aid to Gaza: US military to construct temporary pier
Anglo American takes delivery of 10th LNG-fuelled bulk carrier, Ubuntu Liberty
Port of Douala flourishing since MSC takeover
Beware the Chinese harbour cranes – US Homeland Security
Houthis & Yemen – first casualties on merchant ship True Confidence
New vessels needed for the SA Navy more than ever
Jeddah Amendment: Bahrain signs
In Conversation: West Africa’s coast was a haven for piracy and illegal fishing – how technology is changing the picture

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