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ISS: Can smart ports curb drug trafficking?

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COVID-19 measures are making maritime routes the preferred target for drug smugglers. Seizures of large quantities of drugs such as cocaine, heroin and others at...

ISS: Security vs efficiency: smart ports in a post-COVID-19 era

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Around 90% of Africa’s trade is seaborne. The World Trade Organization has predicted a decline in consumer spending due to COVID-19 that will decrease international trade...

South African ports working

South African ports remain open for cargo, although essential goods should be prioritised where possible, the Department of Transport said in a notice shared...

CSIR to provide weather monitoring support to Transnet

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The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has signed a three-year, multimillion-rand contract with Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) for the maintenance of...

Libya hunting oil port attack suspects

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Libyan authorities issued arrest warrants for 37 suspects over attacks on key oil ports in the east of the country and a military base...

Two Libyan oil ports running normally

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Libya's oil ports Hariga and Zueitina appear to be working normally after eastern-based forces handed control of the terminals to a...

East Libya oil ports handed to NOC

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Eastern Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar's forces handed control of oil ports to National Oil Corporation (NOC) based in the east, a spokesman...

Fire shrinks storage capacity at Libyan oil ports

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Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) said storage capacity at Ras Lanuf port was cut by 400,000 barrels after a second crude oil...

Somalia and Ethiopia to invest in Red Sea ports

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Somalia and Ethiopia will jointly invest in four seaports to attract foreign investment to the countries, another move in a tussle for...

Migrant rescue ship ports in Spain

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The Aquarius charity-run rescue ship arrived in the Spanish port of Valencia on Sunday, a week after Italy refused to let it...

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Communicate don’t abrogate!

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The senior officer cadre of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) communications component, officially the Directorate: Corporate Communication (DCC), employed a barely plausible excuse...