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23 October 2023
South African ends term as Chair of ISU

South African ends term as Chair of ISU

Stepping down after a two year term as the Chair of the International Salvage Union this month, Captain Nicholas Sloane will continue as a member of the ISU Executive Committee. He is succeeded by John Witte of Donjon Marine, USA.

23 October 2023
Tidal pool maintenance begins

Tidal pool maintenance begins

SOUTH AFRICA: Work to repair damage caused by the recent storms in the Cape resulted in the flooding and washing away of the northern section of the Camps Bay tidal pool began today.

20 October 2023
Shark danger closes Durban beaches

Shark danger closes Durban beaches

SOUTH AFRICA: Reacting to advice from the Natal Sharks Board, the eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality has closed all of Durban’s beaches following heavy rains which have caused damage to shark nets along the coast.

20 October 2023
Appointments aim to provide stability at SAMSA

Appointments aim to provide stability at SAMSA

SOUTH AFRICA: The South African Maritime Safety Authority has announced the appointment of a new Acting CEO (ACEO) as well as the reinstatement of the Chief Operating Officer (COO) who has been on suspension for over two years.

20 October 2023
Inching towards creating a safer fishing industry

Inching towards creating a safer fishing industry

INTERNATIONAL: One of the two requirements that will see the 2012 Cape Town Agreement (CTA) come into force was reached yesterday when the Republic of Nicaragua became the 22nd State to become party to the Agreement by depositing its instrument of accession.

18 October 2023
Show celebrates the Cape’s blue economy

Show celebrates the Cape’s blue economy

SOUTH AFRICA: Strategically located along the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Town’s blue economy is a significant contributor to the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and the annual boat show, boatica, is continuing to evolve to boost the city’s profile in this sector.

18 October 2023
Bootcamp provides intensive training to maritime start-ups

Bootcamp provides intensive training to maritime start-ups

SOUTH AFRICA:  Six maritime start-ups from six countries signed on to a five-day bootcamp hosted by OceanHub Africa at their Cape Town offices last week.

17 October 2023
Seeking input for annual research publication

Seeking input for annual research publication

SOUTH AFRICA: Now in its second edition, the South African Journal of Maritime Education and Training (SAJMET), published annually by the South African International Maritime Institute (SAIMI), has issued a call for original paper submissions.

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