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11 October 2023
TotalEnergies rejects manslaughter allegations

TotalEnergies rejects manslaughter allegations

MOZAMBIQUE: TotalEnergies today issued a statement rejecting all claims made in a suit filed against the company in France for “manslaughter and a failure to assist people in danger" during the terrorist attacks that took place in northern Mozambique in March 2021.

11 October 2023
Debating diversity in marine insurance

Debating diversity in marine insurance

INTERNATIONAL: During this year’s annual conference held in Edinburgh, the International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI) took the opportunity to explore and debate the question of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB) with the ambition of taking concrete steps to enhance its own representation and that of the marine insurance community more generally.

11 October 2023
Appointment

Appointment

South African marine scientist, Dr Obakeng Molelu has taken up a position with the Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA) as the Science–Policy Programme Coordinator.

10 October 2023
Resource-backed loans are a potential disaster for Africa

Resource-backed loans are a potential disaster for Africa

COTE D’IVOIRE: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has strongly supported a call by the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) urging countries in Africa to stop borrowing loans backed by their natural resources.

07 October 2023
Investing in aquaculture

Investing in aquaculture

KENYA: During a four-day tour, president of Kenya, William Ruto said that the government would be escalating investments in aquaculture in the Nyanza Region to stimulate the economy.

06 October 2023
Planned rehabilitation of ship repair facilities

Planned rehabilitation of ship repair facilities

SOUTH AFRICA: The Port of Mossel Bay’s slipway and cradle capacity will benefit from a refurbishment project that will increase the capacity from 200 to 500 tons after the conclusion of a feasibility study to rehabilitate the facility.

06 October 2023
Report offers guide to address IUU

Report offers guide to address IUU

A Stimson Centre report published in July this year aims to offer governments of West African states and the People’s Republic of China clear, concise, and actionable recommendations to foster sustainable fisheries management and counter IUU fishing in the Gulf of Guinea and beyond.

04 October 2023
Minister publishes appeal decisions in hake deep-sea trawl sector

Minister publishes appeal decisions in hake deep-sea trawl sector

SOUTH AFRICA: The Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment DFFE released a 35-page document outlining the appeal decisions for the hake deep-sea trawl sector this week and has given unsatisfied stakeholders 180 days to launch judicial review processes.

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