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Boosting Cape Town’s offshore training capacity Boosting Cape Town’s offshore training capacity

Boosting Cape Town’s offshore training capacity

SOUTH AFRICA: Having identified accredited training for the offshore sectors as a crucial component of developing the local and regional capacity...
New small vessel regulations focus on safety New small vessel regulations focus on safety

New small vessel regulations focus on safety

SOUTH AFRICA: Commercial small vessels under 25 gross tonnes will be subjected to new safety requirements under the proposed Merchant Shipping...
Promoting offshore acreage Promoting offshore acreage

Promoting offshore acreage

SIERRA LEONE: After the conclusion of the fifth licensing round, which featured 56 offshore blocks, in September last year, Sierra Leone is...
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The maritime industry has many stalwarts, entrepreneurs and legends. Our annual print edition will celebrate and tell their stories in a rich narrative that captures the essence of their personalities and contributions.


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Africa’s role in ship scrapping 0 Insights & Opinion
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Africa’s role in ship scrapping

As the majority of all global tonnage destined to be scrapped lands on the three beaches in South Asia, it’s worth noting that African shipowners and African flagged ships contribute only a small percentage to overall picture.

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