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Maiden voyage for autonomous solar powered boat prepped for Nelson Mandela Bay Thursday, May 27, 20210

Maiden voyage for autonomous solar powered boat prepped for Nelson Mandela Bay

SOUTH AFRICA: A pilot project funded by the South African International Maritime Institute (SAIMI) will soon see the launch of an autonomous solar...
SAMSA seeks forensic investigators Wednesday, May 26, 20210

SAMSA seeks forensic investigators

SOUTH AFRICA: The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) has released a Request for Proposals (RFP) to appoint a panel of forensic...
International tribunal takes up island maritime boundary dispute Monday, September 30, 20190

International tribunal takes up island maritime boundary dispute

Following the submission of a maritime boundary dispute by Mauritius and the Maldives to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea...
Is Operation Phakisa failing the ship repair sector? Wednesday, September 4, 20190

Is Operation Phakisa failing the ship repair sector?

Hailed as an industry capable of delivering much-needed jobs to the South African economy, the ship repair and marine engineering sector has in...
Maritime archaeologist on brink of major discovery off Cape Town Friday, August 16, 20190

Maritime archaeologist on brink of major discovery off Cape Town

SOUTH AFRICA, Cape Town: Maritime archaeologist and historian, Dr Bruno Werz of the African Institute for Marine and Underwater Research,...
Case of collusion against ferry operators dismissed Wednesday, August 14, 20190

Case of collusion against ferry operators dismissed

SOUTH AFRICA: Two companies that ferry passengers between Robben Island and the V&A Waterfront tourist attractions in Cape Town have been...
Boat operators appear before Competition Tribunal Wednesday, May 22, 20190

Boat operators appear before Competition Tribunal

SOUTH AFRICA: Two ferry companies that deny charges of price fixing and tender collusion in the Robben Island tender are currently appearing...
Mozambique relief voyage Wednesday, March 20, 20190

Mozambique relief voyage

In the wake of cyclone Idai, Grindrod South Africa, a subsidiary company of Grindrod Limited, will be releasing the MV Border, a 14,357-ton...
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