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Sat-Com takes part in Secure Waters Africa conference

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Namibian military radio specialist Sat-Com was one of the participants in the Secure Waters Africa digital conference held last week, and examined the importance...

ISS: Tech innovations key to South African maritime security

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South Africa is building and using sophisticated technology to combat maritime crimes and make its notoriously treacherous oceans safer for seafarers. A new Institute...

Two South Koreans reportedly kidnapped from fishing vessel off Ghana

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Unidentified gunmen have apparently kidnapped two South Korean nationals from a fishing vessel south of Lome, Ghana. The vessel appears to be hijacked, according to...

Yaounde Code of Conduct taking shape in the Gulf of Guinea

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Security professionals in the Gulf of Guinea know that if they want to spot criminals in the open water, the best place to look...

ISS: COVID-19 makes SA’s maritime strategy more complex and more urgent

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The long-term consequences of COVID-19 will make already difficult decisions about South Africa’s maritime security even more complex. A well-managed maritime sector is key...

COVID-19 impacting maritime security

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The COVID-19 coronavirus will have a profound impact on commercial and security trends within shipping this year, and efforts to mitigate maritime crime in...

COVID-19 travel restrictions to impact on armed guards on ships

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As the situation with COVID-19 novel coronavirus continues to evolve, states are increasingly taking measures to restrict the movements of personnel into and within...

Nigeria receives two special mission vessels to fight piracy, maritime crime

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The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has taken delivery of two special mission vessels built in the Netherlands to fight piracy and...

Saudi coalition apparently foils attack on tanker in the Gulf of...

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Reports issued by the Saudi-led coalition that is active in Yemen state that they had foiled a potential attack on a crude oil tanker...

Crimes at sea cripple sustainable development – UCT study

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A surge in piracy off the coast of Somalia during the mid-2000s threatened global trade and other state interests to such an extent that...

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Question for Public Works and Infrastructure Minister uses defenceWeb information

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Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille’s R37 million Beit Bridge fence upgrade as part of government efforts to prevent the spread of...