• The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) has noted complaints from the public stating that fraudulent debit orders are being executed on people’s bank accounts in the name of the authority.
        	
    The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) has noted complaints from the public stating that fraudulent debit orders are being executed on people’s bank accounts in the name of the authority.
  • A South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) initiative, supported and driven by the Department of Transport, to alleviate the plight of a northern KwaZulu-Natal community forever swamped in water, has moved yet another significant step forward after eight (8) new boat skipper trainees completed their training in Durban recently.
        	
    A South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) initiative, supported and driven by the Department of Transport, to alleviate the plight of a northern KwaZulu-Natal community forever swamped in water, has moved yet another significant step forward after eight (8) new boat skipper trainees completed their training in Durban recently.
  • 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

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Pretoria, South Africa, June 08, 2017:

The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) in partnership with the Department of Transport will celebrate the 2017 International Day of the Seafarer on the 25th of...

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