Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 2 April 2023

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Danish tanker Monjasa Reformer remains missing after pirates go on board
WHARF TALK: Ultramax bulk carrier SAGAR KANTA
IMO workshop on domestic ferry safety: Eastern and Southern Africa
Transnet Pipelines delivers first direct jet fuel parcel to OR Tambo International Airport
L’UE financera la reconstruction de l’autoroute stratégique Tchad-Cameroun vers le port de Douala
EU to fund rebuilding strategic Chad-Cameroon highway to Douala port
President Ramaphosa directs Transnet to implement reforms to turnaround entity’s performance
Gordhan off to China to ‘save’ the loco order
WHARF TALK: Post Panamax container vessel – MOL PROFICIENCY
SAECS Advisory – MOL Proficiency to bypass London Gateway
Hapag-Lloyd launches new WA1 – West Africa Service
Lake Tanganyika’s Kabwe Port saves traders long journeys
Another transport appointment change in Kenya as new administration takes charge
Lobito Port moves towards becoming a landlord port, with concessioned terminal
WHARF TALK: Panamax MR2 products tanker – KING GREGORY
Lake Tanganyika ports enjoying fruits of government investment
Whatever next? Transnet investigates allegations of ‘Ghost Trains’
Angola’s February oil production decreases
NATO MARCOM: Exercising on Africa’s northern flank
WHARF TALK: SA Port Statistics for February 2023
WHARF TALK: offshore support vessel – NAUTILUS
Grindrod confirms appointing Johny Smith as new CEO of rail division
World Bank agrees to finance repair of Mozambique’s EN1 North-South Highway
OPINION: Seismic surveys on the South African coast
Logistics Park planned for Angolan border town of Luau
USD 30 million for rebuilding Mocimboa da Praia port
Trade finance: Lifeblood for African small businesses

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