• The past few months have seen staff members at SAMSA getting involved in the 2015 SAMSA Change Makers Challenge, a campaign that called on employees from around the country to nominate worthy projects or causes in their own communities to win a share of a R240 000 donation. Although the four winning projects were announced on 17 July, to mark Nelson Mandela International Day, the spirit of the initiative lives on.
        	
    The past few months have seen staff members at SAMSA getting involved in the 2015 SAMSA Change Makers Challenge, a campaign that called on employees from around the country to nominate worthy projects or causes in their own communities to win a share of a R240 000 donation. Although the four winning projects were announced on 17 July, to mark Nelson Mandela International Day, the spirit of the initiative lives on.
  • The Ministers of Transport for South Africa and Panama visited the South African Maritime Safety Authority on Friday 24 July 2015.
        	
    The Ministers of Transport for South Africa and Panama visited the South African Maritime Safety Authority on Friday 24 July 2015.
  • The South African High Commission will host an Oceans Economy Investment Seminar on 7 July 2015
        	
    The South African High Commission will host an Oceans Economy Investment Seminar on 7 July 2015
  • With our Qualification Development programme we have reached the stage that the Curriculum & Assessment Specifications are now available for public review and comment, prior to their submission into the QCTO
        	
    With our Qualification Development programme we have reached the stage that the Curriculum & Assessment Specifications are now available for public review and comment, prior to their submission into the QCTO

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