• 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.
  • South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) CEO, Commander Tsietsi Mokhele (Third from Right) and some members of his management team receiving the Oliver Legends of Empowerment and Transformation Award 2016 during a presentation function held by TopCo at the Emperor’s Palace in Johannesburg on Thursday, 14 April 2016. The honorary award is in recognition of SAMSA’s sterling record in the arena of empowerment and contribution to the country’s broad transformation.
        	
    South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) CEO, Commander Tsietsi Mokhele (Third from Right) and some members of his management team receiving the Oliver Legends of Empowerment and Transformation Award 2016 during a presentation function held by TopCo at the Emperor’s Palace in Johannesburg on Thursday, 14 April 2016. The honorary award is in recognition of SAMSA’s sterling record in the arena of empowerment and contribution to the country’s broad transformation.
  • A group of pupils from George Randall High School and Ngwenyathi High School, both in East London - the Eastern Cape’s first ever two public High Schools to offer maritime economic sector subjects - attending the Government’s Operation Phakisa Progress Report back by President Jacob Zuma in Elizabeth on 08 April 2016.
        	
    A group of pupils from George Randall High School and Ngwenyathi High School, both in East London - the Eastern Cape’s first ever two public High Schools to offer maritime economic sector subjects - attending the Government’s Operation Phakisa Progress Report back by President Jacob Zuma in Elizabeth on 08 April 2016.
  • The Cape Orchid, South Africa’s first registered vessel to carry the country’s flag
        	
    The Cape Orchid, South Africa’s first registered vessel to carry the country’s flag

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Wishing our SAMSA a great 18th birthday. Like all things in life, maturing is never easy but remaining focused and following the leadership of the proverbial parent (EXCO and BOARD) we have managed to remain steady on our course . May the years ahead be...

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