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SAMSA to investigate Witbank boating accident

An investigation has been launched into the circumstances surrounding the boating accident at Witbank dam in Mpumalanga that left six people dead, the South African Maritime Safety Authority (Samsa) said on Monday.

Samsa in collaboration with the SAPS Waterwing has launched an extensive investigation into the circumstances surrounding [Friday's] boating accident," said spokeswoman Prudence Mbatha.

Durban

Durban

After a five-day voyage which began at the Cape Town Harbour on Monday, 11 October the world’s first all-female crewed ship, the SA Agulhas will arrive at the Port of Durban today.

The voyage co-ordinated by the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) is to bring to highlight the milestones on gender transformation in the maritime industry. The vessel is manned by captains, engineers and support services all female, and the receiving staff at the harbour will also be all female.

Boating Tragedy at Witbank Dam

20 November 2010

Boating Tragedy at Witbank Dam

The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) in collaboration with the SAPS Waterwing has launched an extensive investigation into the circumstances surrounding yesterday’s boating accident in Witbank Dam that left 5 people dead and one still missing.

SAMSA Celebrates 10 years

After having been established on 1 April 1998, the country’s preferred custodian of all matters maritime – the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) is celebrating 10 years of existence on 1 April 2008.

Promulgated into law through the passing of the SAMSA Act 5 of 1998, SAMSA continues to champion and promote South Africa’s maritime interests which include the diligent management of a 2, 798 Kilometre wide coastal area.

SAMSA appoints a CEO

Commander Tsietsi Mokhele at the helm of SAMSA - (SAMSA appoints a CEO)

The South African Maritime Safety Authority’s (SAMSA) Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Tsietsi Mokhele as the organization’s Chief Executive Officer effective as of 1 January 2008.

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