• SAMSA acting CEO Mr Sobantu Tilayi, Mandela Bay Municipality Mayor Danny Jordan, the Lefkas Captain and Aegean Officials and of course the Lefkas.
        	
    SAMSA acting CEO Mr Sobantu Tilayi, Mandela Bay Municipality Mayor Danny Jordan, the Lefkas Captain and Aegean Officials and of course the Lefkas.
  • South Africa’s passionate yet purposeful campaign to enhance greater public awareness towards realization of the relevance and importance of the country’s status as fundamentally a maritime region
        	
    South Africa’s passionate yet purposeful campaign to enhance greater public awareness towards realization of the relevance and importance of the country’s status as fundamentally a maritime region
  • The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) issued newly designed Certificate of Competence for seafarers has begun finding home with the country’s sailors and who are simply almost wholly impressed with its features.
        	
    The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) issued newly designed Certificate of Competence for seafarers has begun finding home with the country’s sailors and who are simply almost wholly impressed with its features.
  • Captain Francis Chilaluka, South Africa’s first black surveyor and long time manager at the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) receiving his long service award from SAMSA Executive Head, Human Capital; Ms Lesego Mashishi at an event to bid him farewell on retirement.
        	
    Captain Francis Chilaluka, South Africa’s first black surveyor and long time manager at the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) receiving his long service award from SAMSA Executive Head, Human Capital; Ms Lesego Mashishi at an event to bid him farewell on retirement.

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The  New Certificates for Seafarers in compliance with the Standard of Training, Certification and Watch-keeping Convention are in focus this month. Speaking about the new Certificates for Seafarers the Chief Examiner in the Centre for Seafares  Captain...

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