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Positioning South Africa as the hub for maritime in Africa
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Africa must be at the heart of climate negotiations
Ships moved more than 11bn tonnes of our stuff around the globe last year, and it's killing the climate. This week is a chance to change
Residents of Lamu, Kenya, accuse the government of ignoring their concerns and going ahead with the construction of a huge port. TONY KARUMBA/AFP via Getty Images
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Cabinet approves Public Procurement Bill for comment
ACSA appoints Nompumelelo Mpofu as new CEO
Blue economy: Experts call for sustainable exploitation
Southern Africa strengthens relations with European Union at fifth South Africa-Italy Summit
Rice fields in Madagascar. There is a project in the country to increase climate resilience in the rice sector. Shutterstock
Linsen Nambi makes waves in maritime scene
Shippers get serious about cyber threats
New SA body established to manage marine pollution
Plain sailing: how traditional methods could deliver zero-emission shipping
Electric vehicles are changing the world. And they're only just getting started
Kenya eyes blue economy to net more from fishing
Green efficiency key to sustainable global trade
Maritime sector must reduce its environmental impact
Green efficiency optimises sustainable global trade
Captain of Cape Orchid Edgardo De ASIs with the three South African cadets placed on the vessel for six months. They are [L-R] Samkelo Ndongeni (25) a deck cadet from Ngqushwa near King Williams Town, Thembani Mazingi (24) an engine cadet from Cofimvaba, and Gordon Sekatang (26), also an engine cadet from Nelspruit.
SA accedes to convention on hazardous substances incidents
Operation Phakisa to move SA forward
Velden Pike Nichols joins Bowman Gilfillan's Durban office
Peters commits to building reliable, safe transport
SA ports to co-operate with neighbours
Women called on to get on board shipping industry
Move to compel ships plying local ports to fly SA flag
Ndebele seeks to unlock potential in maritime sector
South Africa remains on IMO Council
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