Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 20 January 2023

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Wharf Talk: Cruising the East Coast – Azamara Journey
Xeneta Container Rates Update: Week 3
Morocco’s Port of Nador rises in the shadow of Tanger Med
IN CONVERSATION: It’s snow joke — Russia’s noisy Antarctic seismic ship is coming to Cape Town
WHARF TALK: SA Port Statistics for December 2022
Wharf Talk: The annexation of Marion and Prince Edward Islands – 4th January 1948
IMO in Yemen: Support to develop a legal framework – Enhancing maritime security
Cape Corridor’s East London mainline has shutdown for annual maintenance
The Russians (and Chinese) are coming! Joint naval exercise Mosi
IN CONVERSATION: Kenya and South Africa are working to address trade barriers: where to start
Two fuel theft suspects found dead in Johannesburg
Transnet financial results for the first six months of year 2022/23
WHARF TALK: LR1 tanker & story of a hero – ELAN VITAL
Cape Town delays and bad weather in Bay of Biscay impacts on SAECS scheduling
PIL inaugurates its first block train in Africa
World Bank: Sharp, long-lasting slowdown to hit developing countries
Drill for oil, and keep on drilling, Africa urged
WHARF TALK: Norwegian Sail Training Ship – STATSRAAD LEHMKUHL
Cape St Lucia Lighthouse vandalism latest – buildings set on fire
Ghana’s Takoradi port to be managed & operated by Turkey’s Yilport Holding
Transnet & Liebherr reach agreement over questionable payment to third party
Xeneta Container Freight Rates Update: Week 2
Global piracy incidents: Lowest levels in decades – Sustained efforts needed
Port of Cape Town’s interim truck staging plan a fiasco
Kalmar to supply Port of Maputo with new terminal tractors and forklift trucks
Two new pilot boats delivered by Med Marine to Port of Misurata (Libya)
Updates and revisions to several MSC Africa services

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