Weekly Press Review

There has not been much positive news to focus on this week and unfortunately the maritime industry has not been spared. Along with the two students from North West high school who are still missing, presumed drowned, off Camps Bay Beach; two fishermen also lost their lives this week after their boat capsized near Kleinmond … Continue reading Weekly Press Review

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World Maritime Day

Today is World Maritime Day today. This day, set aside for the last week of September each year, offers a day to reflect on how the maritime industry has influenced our lives over the past year and also offers an opportunity for organisations, companies and individuals to actively do something to acknowledge the people involved … Continue reading World Maritime Day

Identifying maritime leaders

Identifying maritime leaders Having attended an interesting workshop on maritime leadership as part of the Third International Conference on Strategic Theory; we have decided to try and identify our current and future maritime leaders by asking you to let us know who you feel is championing the maritime agenda in South Africa.

Weekly Press Review – 20 September 2013

South African maritime salvors have made the headlines this week with the righting of the Costa Concordia cruise ship from the Italian reef where it has been stuck for well over a year. It's a pleasure to see the local as well as international media focus this operation has generated. Never before has such a … Continue reading Weekly Press Review – 20 September 2013

Weekly Press Review – 13 September 2013

Making headlines this week is the news that Mozambique has signed a R2.7 million deal with a French shipyard for six patrol and interceptor ships for its navy, as well as a fleet of fishing boats. Defense analyst, Helmoed Romer Heitman says this is good news for South Africa as "the more they've got the … Continue reading Weekly Press Review – 13 September 2013

Weekly Press Review – 6 September 2013

The inquiry into the sinking of the Kiani Satu is now fully underway. According to press reports, the inquiry will focus on the circumstances surrounding the grounding of the cargo vessel off Buffels Bay near Knysna. The vessel, carrying 330 tons of fuel oil and 15,000 tons of rice, apparently suffered engine failure. All cargo … Continue reading Weekly Press Review – 6 September 2013