Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 9 September 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   Jolly Palladio

Cable theft disrupts coal deliveries to Richards Bay Coal Terminal
IN CONVERSATION: Kenya’s Lamu Port was meant to deliver great things. But, as the story of local fishermen shows, it hasn’t
Xeneta container update: Questioning myths of declining container volumes
South Africa cuts short orange export season to EU due to Black Spot concerns
MSC re-routes ships to avoid blue whales off the coast of Sri Lanka
VUKA Marine extends its support for the SA ship register
Focus on Port of Durban – Unusual ship movements
U.S. sea base ship Hershel “Woody” Williams next calls at Walvis Bay
Africa Adaptation Summit
TRADE NEWS: DNV and MSC sign 100 vessel contract for Anti-Roll Assist and ARCS
Shell loses case as High Court rules against Wild Coast survey
WHARF TALK: German light cruiser – KARLSRUHE  1935
Mozambique’s President Nyusi confirms a second FLNG for Rovuma Basin is under study
New KZN Dube Trade Port chemical plant to boost economy, reduce exports
MSC’s TIL & Hutchison Ports team up for massive Rotterdam container terminal
Keen interest by third party operators for slots on railway network
WHARF TALK: An English Privateer and Robinson Crusoe – 1710
USS Hershel ‘Woody’ Williams crew awarded USCG Special Operations Service Ribbon
Tanger Med installs advanced software to reduce wind gust damage
Os 35 casualty – pumping continues as engineroom structure expected to deteriorate
Focus switch to COP27: African leaders in Gabon for Africa Climate Week
Commonwealth Secretariat and UNCTAD Accord at Africa Climate Week 

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