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Damen Shipyards Cape Town Holds Blessing Ceremony for First IPV

The Maritime Executive 23 Feb 2021
The MMIPVs will contribute to South Africa’s maritime security in augmenting the country’s capability to respond effectively, rapidly, and cost-efficiently to threats such as illegal trafficking and fishing ... The 62 x 11 meter naval vessel will be the first Damen Sea Axe vessel to operate in South Africa.
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Mackinder and Sea Power

Black Hills Pioneer 22 Feb 2021
British garrisons were positioned at strategic locations throughout maritime Eurasia and Africa — at Gibraltar, Malta, Suez, Aden, the South African Cape, Colombo, Singapore, Hong Kong, and elsewhere.
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UN experts: Trump ally, UAE firms violated Libya sanctions

North Shore News 21 Feb 2021
The companies were “controlled and managed” by Christiaan Paul Durrant of Australia and a woman from the United Kingdom, with the ground team leader from South Africa ... responses from Jordan and South Africa provided little of the substantive information requested by the panel.”.
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Clarke to guide Team Qhubeka ASSOS at Tour des Alpes Maritimes et du Var

Supersport 18 Feb 2021
... will be doing throughout the year, we are privileged to have one of our dedicated fans announce the line-up for this race, in their own creative way.</p>The team for Tour des Alpes Maritimes et du Var has been put together in a video release by Adam Nunn from South Africa.
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Alvi calls for solution to regional conflicts

Dawn 14 Feb 2021
The conference is part of the harbour phase of the multinational maritime exercise Aman-2021 ... CEO, Zero Emissions Research and Initiatives, South Africa, Dr Gunter Pauli talked on ‘Blue Growth Strategy for the Future World’ ... Dr Timothy Walkers from South Africa discussed his country’s perspective on the blue economy and security management.
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CEO stepping down after Royal B.C. Museum deemed 'toxic and dysfunctional'

North Shore News 10 Feb 2021
The CEO of the Royal B.C ... His last day will be Feb. 12 ... Bell said news of Lohman’s resignation was bittersweet ... From 1999 to 2002, he was CEO of Iziko Museums of Cape Town in South Africa, an organization of 15 national museums that includes the South African Museum, the South African Maritime Museum and the South African National Gallery ... .
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RPT: REVIEW - Wakashio Oil Spill 6 Months On: Africa Mulls How to Avoid Recurrence

Urdu Point 04 Feb 2021
... to address maritime disasters in the western Indian Ocean ... Ernesta Swanepoel, an admitted South African attorney of the High Court of South Africa who holds qualifications in both marine and environmental law, agrees that the incident raised a range of problems to be addressed.
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Pirates kill 1, kidnap 15 crew of Turkish ship off W. Africa

The Journal 24 Jan 2021
Turkey�s Maritime Directorate said the crew initially locked themselves in a safe area but the pirates forced entry after six hours ... The Liberian-flagged Mozart was sailing from Lagos, Nigeria, to Cape Town in South Africa when it was attacked 100 nautical miles (185 km) northwest of the island nation of Sao Tome and Principe on Saturday morning.
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Pirates kill one, kidnap 15 crew of Turkish ship off W. Africa

Stars and Stripes 24 Jan 2021
Turkey's Maritime Directorate said the crew initially locked themselves in a safe area but the pirates forced entry after six hours ... The Liberian-flagged Mozart was sailing from Lagos, Nigeria, to Cape Town in South Africa when it was attacked 100 nautical miles northwest of the island nation of Sao Tome and Principe on Saturday morning.
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UPDATE - Pirates Kidnap 15 Sailors in Gulf of Guinea, 1 Sailor Killed - Maritime ...

Urdu Point 24 Jan 2021
... sailors, the Dryad Global maritime security portal said ... According to the Dryad Global maritime security portal, M/V Mozart was transiting from Lagos, Nigeria to Cape Town, South Africa, when the attack occurred.
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Does Somali Piracy Hold Security Lessons for the Gulf of Guinea?

The Maritime Executive 22 Jan 2021
Particularly, Africa has emerged as a maritime ... Take the case of resource-rich countries in Western Indian Ocean such as South Africa - whose institutions have the capacity to handle maritime threats - as opposed to Kenya and Seychelles, which still depend on external assistance.
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War-torn North Africa is becoming a major hub for smuggled cocaine

Business Insider 11 Jan 2021
Increased counter-narcotics efforts in West Africa, a traditional cocaine transit point, are likely leading cocaine traffickers to rely more heavily on maritime routes through North Africa, as soaring South American cocaine supplies are increasingly smuggled aboard shipping ...
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How values, interests and power must shape South Africa's foreign policy

Beijing News 25 Nov 2020
South African Foreign Policy in Uncertain Times, contributes to such a reassessment in South Africa ... The book concludes with some recommendations for South Africa's foreign policy makers ... position South Africa to be a norm entrepreneur in global affairs ... South Africa needs to pay attention to its trade and economic relations, particularly in Africa.
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