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Confirmed construction of a new Durban cruise terminal a boost for South Africa’s marine tourism

The formal confirmation of the winning bidder to construct a new modern multi-million rand worth cruise terminal at the port of Durban by Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) this past week has been roundly welcomed in the country’s marine tourism sector.

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Maritime sector careers awareness crucial for SA youths’ future education choices: SAMSA

Enhanced general public awareness, but especially among youth, about the multitude of career choices available in South Africa across a wide range of economic sectors remains a crucial aspect to broadening the reach of education, training and skills development. It was with this in mind that a regional unit of the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) based in Port Elizabeth, landed full support to a careers awareness campaign for high schools in the western region of the Eastern Cape mid-May 2017, at the invitation of the Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature.

SA maritime heritage to feature prominently in National Heritage Council’s O.R Tambo celebration events beginning in Pretoria in May 2017

South Africa’s maritime heritage is among key topics of a series of public engagements by the National Heritage Council of South Africa (NHC) contribution to this year’s national celebration of the life of the late African National Congress (ANC) president, Oliver Reginald Tambo.

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South Africa’s seafarer training given a boost with historic MoU: SAIMI

Seafarer training for South Africa and the rest of Africa has been given a further boost following to the signing of a historical memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the South African International Maritime Institute (SAIMI) and Global On Board – an International Maritime Organization (IMO) recognized institution in Port Elizabeth on Friday.

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South Africa maritime industry’s 2nd conference concludes; the country can do far better.

South Africa’s maritime industry’s conference over three days in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape wound down on Friday afternoon with delegates having taken account of development initiatives and progress achieved to date, and concluding that the country could do even better than it has so far.

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Real opportunities in South Africa's maritime sector will draw people's attention: SAMSA

 Identification and creation of economic opportunities in South Africa's maritime sector is among key strategies that will attract and enhance the country population's interest and engagement with the ocean's economy, according to Mr Sobantu Tilayi, acting CEO of the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) in Durban on Sunday.

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