Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 30 August 2020

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Front Page: CITY OF BEIJING

Ghana: Skuld advises on MARPOL Annex IV violations relative to wastewater discharge
Resilient results for Grindrod amidst the COVID-19 pandemic
Mauritius oil spill: how coral reefs, mangroves and seagrass could be affected
Calling all seafarers! ITF Seafarers’ Trust Prize Photography Competition
Total signs MoU with Mozambique over security for oil & gas project
Wakashio bow section scuttled as dead dolphins wash up on Mauritian beaches
Paramount Maritime launches SA Navy’s first Survey Motor Boat (SMB)
Contract signed for Phase Two of new Ivory Coast Container Terminal
2021 World Maritime theme — Seafarers: at the core of shipping’s future
NSPCA to appeal High Court decision allowing export of sheep
Bolloré handles 10,575 tonnes of mangoes through Abidjan
Ethiopia ships first reefer containers to Europe via Djibouti
Cunard delays return to cruising to late March 2021
MSC delays second Mediterranean cruise with Magnifica
How to recycle a huge ship – safely and sustainably
e-5 Lab launches all-electric ROBOSHIP project a sustainable society
Aegean II not pirated: Somalis release three Iranian hostages
NSPCA loses case, livestock carrier may load 56,000 sheep for Kuwait
British experts help Mauritius protect coral reefs from oil spill
Transnet looking at buying South African made steel railway lines
Millers of Cameroon up in arms over weighing at the port
Kribi Container Terminal welcomes CMA CGM ship on direct Asia-Africa service
A rush is on to mine the deep seabed, with effects on ocean life that aren’t well understood
Abidjan: Maersk opens new West African multipurpose warehouse
WHARF TALK: NEWS & VIEWS FROM ALONG THE COAST
WHARF TALK: News from the Mother City, Cape Town
WHARF TALK: Diamond Recovery vessel !Gariep docks in Sturrock Dock
WHARF TALK: Cape Town Container Terminal returns to normal
WHARF TALK: Cape Town Multi-purpose Terminal
WHARF TALK: Cape Town Ship Repair & Marine
WHARF TALK: Durban Cruise News
WHARF TALK: HAL opens booking for Grand Africa cruise
WHARF TALK: Livestock-Carrier Al Messilah remains in port at East London
WHARF TALK: Place Names along the Coast
BIMCO and ICS prepare for new Seafarer Workforce Report

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 24 May 2020

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Front Page: PACIFIC DAWN
Drill rig Deepsea Stavanger idles in Norway until SA COVID-19 restrictions are lifted
UN must persuade governments to adopt crew change protocols or risk humanitarian disaster
Call for flexibility with ship chandling at the ports
How an underwater photo led to the discovery of a tiny new seahorse species
India’s Hydrographer presented with the 2019 Alexander Dalrymple Award
Cyber attack targeted Iranian Port of Shahid Rajaee
Pirate attack on general cargo ship off Nigeria coast
Two seafarers on ship in Durban Harbour test positive with COVID-19
Mobile crane catches fire at the Durban Multi-Purpose Terminal
TNPA says its efforts of decongesting the port are ‘bearing fruit’
SA port construction projects remain on hold
Cape Town Ship Society stalwart Pat Downing passes away
Burst water pipe disrupts operations at Richards Bay port
Port Statistics for the month of April 2020 are now available here
Practical measures: IMO and protection from infection advice
US$4 billion NLNG Train 7 contract awarded to Saipem JV
Jotun & Odfjell Drilling collaborate on coating application for Deepsea Stavanger
An urgent call from Shipmasters: Seafarers are feeling let down and abandoned by their Governments
Cruise ship Volendam diverts to Durban to evacuate sick crewman
Expedition ship Le Bougainville visit to Richards Bay explained
Stolt tanker Apal attacked by armed pirates off Yemen coast
COVID-19 delays commissioning of Namibia oil storage facility
Scientists successfully develop ‘heat resistant’ coral to fight bleaching
Dramatic sea rescue operation prevents maritime disaster
WHARF TALK: News & Views from along the coast
Quo Vadis: Which way forward for the cruise industry?
Car maker BMW will resume exports from South Africa
Hapag-Lloyd 2020 Q1: A decent start despite coronavirus pandemic
COVID-19 related lay-ups contribute to Q1 loss for Wilhelmsen Holding ASA
Davies Turner’s Express China rail freight service: Further boost from container shipping re-routeings

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