Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 6 December 2020

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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IN CONVERSATION: Toxic waste dumping in the Gulf of Guinea amounts to environmental racism
Reflecting on Port of Durban Decongestion Task Team Initiatives
The 2020 ESPO Environmental Report
IN CONVERSATION: Slavers in the family: what a castle in Accra reveals about Ghana’s history
The Maldivian Coast Guard vessel MNDF CGS Huravee on completion of her refit in an Indian naval dockyard
Malawi warned against getting involved with Mozambique insurgency
UN Resolution calls for seafarer key worker designation and implementation of crew change protocols
TransNamib in process of acquiring 33 diesel-electric locomotives
US Navy to decommission fire-damaged USS Bonhomme Richard
COMESA grants Kenya further two-year extension to limitation of sugar imports
Meridian adds extra scanner at Tema terminal gate for added security
MSC plans on reintroducing two ships in SA for 2021/22 cruise season
HMS Dragon returns home from Black Sea and E Med
Tema port ranked the largest in West and Central Africa
BREXIT, the end is near
KZN premier appeals for road freight resolution as police ask army to step in
TRADE NEWS: Castor Marine takes over SeaVsat assets
WHARF TALK: Durban Port Bulletin News
WHARF TALK: Durban Volume and Vessel Call Performance
SAMSA to probe fatal capsizing of fishing boat of West Coast
Piracy: Another tanker Agisilaos boarded in Gulf of Guinea
Calling boat and yacht owners worldwide
SA Ports Regulator’s decision on Port Tariffs
WHARF TALK: Snippets of news from the port of Cape Town
Navy’s former strike craft, SAS Galeshewe, decommissioned
Second hydrographic survey boat for Project Hotel completed
WHARF TALK: Transnet Pipelines provides update on uMbilo River crude oil clean-up
Seafarers Delivering Christmas Campaign 2020
WHARF TALK: Transnet Port Terminals warns of scams
Royal Navy aid in Honduras waters

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