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27 April 2023
Unpacking Namibia’s position as a logistics hub

Unpacking Namibia’s position as a logistics hub

NAMIBIA: Panelists unpacked Namibia’s potential to become a regional transport and integrated logistics hub on the back of energy sector development during the second day of the Namibia International Energy Conference (NIEC) 2023 in Windhoek this week.

26 April 2023
Four ships sold for over $75m

Four ships sold for over $75m

The sale of four ships to the value of just over $75m will see Grindrod Shipping Holdings undertake significant debt repayments including the repayment of the $7.5 million remaining outstanding amount on the Company’s $100.0 million senior secured credit facility, which is scheduled to mature in May 2023

21 April 2023
Navy embarks on recruitment of divers

Navy embarks on recruitment of divers

SOUTH AFRICA: The South African Navy kicked off a national recruitment drive yesterday in Gauteng to identify potential diver recruits over the next month.

20 April 2023
Deadline looms to comment on port plans

Deadline looms to comment on port plans

SOUTH AFRICA: Port stakeholders have until 22 April to submit comments on the proposed 2022 Port Development Framework plans that were released last month. The 160 page document includes all eight commercial ports as well as Port Nolloth.

18 April 2023
Students clean up Seychelles seas

Students clean up Seychelles seas

SEYCHELLES: Six students on board the Saya de Malha with the Coast Guard were welcomed back after a three-week fish aggregating device clean-up expedition.

18 April 2023
Filipino seafarers safe for now

Filipino seafarers safe for now

PHILIPPINES: The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) announced that it will continue to recognise STCW certificates (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping) issued by Philippines-based training providers after the country’s president made moves to address decades-long problems with his country's seafarer training systems.

17 April 2023
Committing to sea cucumber sustainability

Committing to sea cucumber sustainability

LIBERIA: The National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA) of Liberia has committed to fully implement a management plan for the sea cucumber fisheries in the country following a workshop held this month in conjunction with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations

14 April 2023
Steel sector to come under scrutiny

Steel sector to come under scrutiny

SOUTH AFRICA: The Competition Commission (Commission) gazetted the draft terms of reference (ToRs) for a market inquiry into the South African steel industry at the beginning of April and has invited public comment on the scope of the inquiry.

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