Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 8 July 2019

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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SAMSA to investigate Algoa Bay oil spill
Mocamedes Railway anticipates increase in traffic due to pig-iron exports
Iran kicks back and threatens British shipping in the Gulf
Detention of supertanker Grace 1
Celebrations at Slangkoppunt Lighthouse reaches its centenary
East-West-East rail freight: Volvos to China + Volvos from China
New record as largest containership MSC Gulsun enters service
SAS Drakensberg goes on station in Mozambique Channel for Operation Copper
Fire on secret Russian submarine Losharik — 14 dead
Africa’s Small-Scale Fisheries Critical to Food Security
SunStone breaks the mould with cruise ships
Mossel Bay Port calls charity fishing competition a great success
UK launches Maritime Safety Action Plan
No Tema Port job losses because of Meridian Ports concession, says Ghana president
Trinity House celebrates World Marine Aids to Navigation Day 2019
Boskalis to dry dock 322-metre Carnival Vista on the heavylift BOKA Vanguard
NSRI Durban rendezvous’ with bulker off coast after yacht tragedy
Investigation finds unintended risks with ECDIS navigation
Not as bad as it looks
Durban Maritime Museum vessels ready to go to dry dock
Undisturbed Roman shipwreck discovered with full cargo
Shipmanager calls for action to address seafarer suicides
SAWDN to rescue as whales get entangled in fishing gear
Richards Bay coal line annual shutdown announced
Marseilles pays lasting tribute to memory of Jacques R Saadé
IMF says São Tomé and Príncipé public debt is out of control
Another terror attack in Mocimboa da Praia leaves 7 dead
No more octopus fishing in False Bay, says Creecy

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