Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 6 March 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Grindrod reports solid results for 2020
IN CONVERSATION: Africa looks likely to continue relying on power from fossil fuels for some time
Port is what we do: the plight of trapped seafarers
Vesconite acquires super-large lathe for marine bearings
Astral Aviation increases airfreight capacity to Johannesburg to 160 tonnes per week
Engine failure and fire: mv Finlandia Seaways
Freight association comments on UK budget
South African hake trawl fishery celebrating fourth certification
CMA CGM acquires significant equity stake in Algeciras’ TTIA container terminal
Buoyant air cargo demand being reported
IN CONVERSATION: Infrastructure spend: insights from the effect of a bridge across the Zambezi on maize prices
R583 million cocaine haul on Saldanha coast
IHMA announces new Regional Committee for Africa
CMA adds Port Louis to its NEMO service: Connecting Europe with Indian Ocean & Australia
1250 years cumulative jailtime for copper thieves
NSPCA hits out at transporting livestock by sea
Tanzania-Burundi rail connection to cost US$ 1.9 billion
WTO latest
Saldanha Bay IDZ brings in R21 billion worth of investments
Hapag-Lloyd opens new office in Nairobi, Kenya
TRADE NEWS: LOC launches digital solution for enhancing port pilotage safety
AIRFREIGHT: Kenya Airways resumes cargo flights to India
WHARF TALK: Sunday’s Ship Movements at the Port of Durban
WHARF TALK: Cape Town Ship Movements
The 2012 Cape Town Agreement: IMO African Regional webinar builds support
WTO LATEST: DDG Wolff calls on members to work with new Director-General
US Military Sealift transport ship USNS Carson City visits Port Sudan
IN CONVERSATION: At last, climate science may be able to predict tropical Atlantic weather better
TRADE NEWS: Shipowners advised on IMO 2020 compliancy amid high sulphur warning
Further arrests in theft of railway copper wiring
Latest piracy attack report a hoax

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