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Editor's Note Development of infrastructure vital for growth
The fluid operation of South Africa’s (SA) various transport arteries is vital to maintaining the southern tip of Africa as a preferred gateway in and out of Sub-Saharan
10 Apr 2019
Significant announcements dominated maritime industry Significant announcements – one negative and the others positive – dominated the local maritime discourse early in the year.
The former was the concerning announcement by Maersk that it would not recruit South African cadets or junior officers, closing a 72-year-old training and employment opportunity
10 Apr 2019
The importance of internationalising the maritime curriculum Moving towards relevance, responsiveness and resilience through the Internationalisation of the Curriculum, for a more varied introduction into the Maritime Industry
Internationalisation of the curriculum is one of the six drivers of the Durban University of Technology’s Strategic Plan (2015 to 2019). For DUT, internationalisation of the
10 Apr 2019
SAS maintains well-deserved track record for delivering a world-class service Whether it is building a world-class naval ship, new generation tugs for Transnet, or repairing damaged tankers and fishing trawlers, Southern African Shipyards (SAS) is certainly making its mark..
And the award-winning Durban-based black-owned company is no stranger to making maritime history either. Based in the city’s Bayhead region and dating back almost 60 years,
10 Apr 2019
Transport Month Infrastructure drive to boost the economy
Situated, as it is, on one of the world’s busiest international sea routes, South Africa’s ports and terminals are critical to international maritime transportation
09 Oct 2018 - M. G.
Foreward Navigating customs key for sub-Saharan Africa
Effective supply chain management strategies are essential for the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in sub-Saharan Africa. This includes finding the fastest and
21 Aug 2018 - J. L.
Editor's Note Off to a fresh start
Welcome to another edition of South Africa’s favourite maritime annual. It has certainly been a busy time since we last touched base, with a new president and bustling port
21 Aug 2018 - G. S.
Beautiful Polish tall ships Cape Town plays host to famous Polish tall ship
Dar Młodzieży, one of the most famous and beautiful Polish tall ships, is calling at the Cape Town port from today to Friday (15 – 17 August 2018). The visit it part of an
15 Aug 2018
Inland dredging project Damen delivers CSD 250 to Dredging Africa for inland dredging project
Damen Shipyards Group has delivered a Cutter Suction Dredger (CSD) 250 to South Africa-based Dredging Africa. The CSD will be used to mine sand from the Ash River, just east of
08 Aug 2018
Damen Shipyards Cape Town Damen Shipyards Cape Town contracted for CSD 250 for Dredging Africa
Dredging Africa (Pty) Ltd has signed a contract with Damen Shipyards Cape Town (DSCT) for the delivery of a Cutter Suction Dredger (CSD) 250. Due to Damen’s policy of series
29 Jan 2018




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