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12 January 2024
Digitising the port space for efficiency

Digitising the port space for efficiency

MAURITIUS: The Mauritius Port Authority has launched a new digitised system aimed to eliminate the current administrative burden that requires local shipping agents to submit around 57 documents per ship call.

11 January 2024
Namibian discoveries boost potential for investments

Namibian discoveries boost potential for investments

NAMIBIA: The country’s status as an oil and gas producer is gaining momentum with the announcement of the discovery of light oil in the Orange Basin.

04 January 2024
Exciting opportunity for African maritime entrepreneurs

Exciting opportunity for African maritime entrepreneurs

KENYA: The deadline for applying to become one of the 30 handpicked projects that will be given an opportunity to pitch their maritime ideas to a panel of investors is looming on 26 January.

29 December 2023
A degree of change

A degree of change

Having been involved in preparing one of the largest South African delegations to attend the World Maritime University (WMU) in 2013 when the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) sponsored a cohort of 27 students for the year-long course  – Tebogo Ramatjie had the opportunity to join the international maritime programme this past academic year and reflects on the experience.

28 December 2023
First FPSO for Sangomar offshore oil development

First FPSO for Sangomar offshore oil development

SENEGAL: The FPSO, Léopold Sédar Senghor, left Singapore this week for Senegal where it will be deployed 100 kilometres south of Dakar as part of Senegal’s first offshore oil development by Woodside Energy (Senegal) BV as operator of the Sangomar Field Development Phase 1.

19 December 2023
Support mounts for ships rerouting around the Cape

Support mounts for ships rerouting around the Cape

Support from major international maritime organisations as more shipping lines announce their decisions to reroute around the Cape of Good Hope will likely highlights the importance of crew safety despite the significant additional shipping time that this represents.

19 December 2023
Two tugs commissioned for Ghana

Two tugs commissioned for Ghana

GHANA: Two new next-generation tugs were delivered last week to the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) for use in the ports of Takoraid and Tema.

18 December 2023
Appointment

Appointment

MAURITIUS: Willy van Niekerk has been appointed as the new general manager of Taylor Smith Shipyard (TSS) – the oldest ship repair facility in the country.

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