Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 13 December 2020

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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SAMSA updates the coastal nurdle clean-up campaign
Busy but coping – UK ports handle global container surge
IN CONVERSATION: It might be the world’s biggest ocean, but the mighty Pacific is in peril
Eni charters two VOS PSVs from Vroom for offshore Mozambique project
Security agencies accused of extorting truck drivers at Apapa & Tin can ports
Transnet tells McKinsey, pay back the full amount
WHARF TALK:  Namdock says its facilities remain ‘shipshape’
IN CONVERSATION: The Atlantic: The driving force behind ocean circulation and the taste for cod
NIMASA highlights need for application of Nigerian cabotage
Boskalis to build new inland harbour in The Netherlands
Kenya faces great challenge of meeting SGR payments
Support African Continental Free Trade Area, says South Africa’s President
France’s Orange Marine to build new cable ship for Red Sea and Mediterranean duty
IN CONVERSATION: Can countries end overfishing and plastic pollution in just 10 years?
MSC introduces first train service connecting East Midlands and Liverpool
ITF fights to retrieve unpaid wages for seafarers
Sealite webinar: The Role of IALA
WHARF TALK: Durban Port Bulletin News
WHARF TALK: Durban Volume and Vessel Call Performance
Soren Toft arrives at MSC as Chief Executive Officer
IN CONVERSATION: An ocean like no other: the Southern Ocean’s ecological richness and significance for global climate
Over six million cubic metres exported from Cameroon’s Hilli Epeseyo
Nabbed: Police uncover stolen bakkie at Lebombo border crossing – video
WHARF TALK: Cape Town port report
WMO: 2020 to be one of the warmest
Mozambique insurgency intensifies, 25 soldiers die in ambush
HMS Albion returns home
AU holds AfCFTA Extraordinary Summit over weekend

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