Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 1 December 2019

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Front Page: TURANDOT and TAIPAN
Transnet says traffic crisis in Bayhead is over
DB Schenker commits to Africa, joins the Pan-Africa Mobility Alliance
AfDB approves US$400 million loan for natural gas project in Mozambique
DP World Sokhna $520 million port expansion nears completion
Obituary: Professor David Last 1940-2019
Beira fishing port to be privately managed
Port of Pemba granted ISPS Code status by IMO
Vale cuts back on Mozambique thermal coal, focuses on metallurgical
Berbera Port Container Terminal to receive US$269 million upgrade injection
First a blockade, then a boycott of Durban Harbour
ALERT: Gridlock surrounds Durban port south
Port Congestion mess: What is going on?
In these waters: The US Navy at work
Livestock Carrier Queen Hind capsizes, over 14,000 sheep drown
Trinity House appoints new Secretary to the Corporation
Richards Bay South Africa’s most secure port
South African among crew on pirated supply vessel Pacific Warden off Equatorial Guinea
Russian, Chinese and SA navies gather at Cape Town for Exercise Mosi
Stand by for COP 25
Malaysia the latest nation to ban open-loop scrubbers
Namibian rail upgrade on track as 2nd shipment of rails arrives in Walvis Bay
Maritime UK sector sets out priorities for next government
Cape Town Cruise Terminal passengers exceed 266,000 arrivals since 2015
Stand up for Shipping: A four-point plan for the UK’s 2019 General Election
The Swedish Club points bridge crew in the right direction: Publication of Navigational Claims
NSPCA brings charges against those involved in export of 57,000 sheep from East London
Regional Collaboration Centre Established in Dubai
Investment conference showed confidence in SA economy — Mthembu
Transnet secures 10-Year coal deal with Ledjadja

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