Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 4 January 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Best of Defence Imagery (UK) 2020
The Brexit deal: Maritime professionals’ union Nautilus welcomes approval
Further update on the movements of Russian vessel Vasiliy Golovnin
Russian visitors in South & Southern African waters UPDATED
Two more ships attacked by pirates in Gulf of Guinea
More States join call to designate seafarers as key workers – IMO
New shipping services announced for Europe – Middle east & Indian Sub-Continent via Red Sea call
Applause for security operation against cable & fuel theft
UK retailers and food manufacturers demand inquiry into port disruption
US donates equipment to Nigerian Navy to help combat piracy
Piracy: Yet another ship attacked, 8 crew abducted
Pirates strike at two ships in Gulf of Guinea — MT New Ranger
Pirates attack Cameroon-registered Cap Saint Georges, 5 crew kidnapped
WHARF TALK: SAECS Service updates
IMO at work around Africa
Russian naval base planned for Sudan
IN CONVERSATION: Arctic Ocean: climate change is flooding the remote north with light – and new species
WHARF TALK: SA Port Statistics for November 2020 are now available here
Transnet half-year results impacted by COVID-19, company remains ‘cautiously optimistic’
NATO in the Med:NATO trains in the E Med
WHARF TALK: Durban Port Bulletin News
WHARF TALK: Durban Volume & Vessel call performance
WHARF TALK: Cape Town port report

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