• 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.
  • 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
  • A SAMSA delegation comprising (From Left) Morakabe Seakgwa, Collins Makhado and Benard Bobison-Opoku (Far right), with Johannesburg Mayor, Parks Parks Tau during a meeting in Johannesburg on Tuesday, (05 April 2016) to cement collaboration on the expansion of education of opportunity for South African youth in the country’s maritime economic sector
        	
    A SAMSA delegation comprising (From Left) Morakabe Seakgwa, Collins Makhado and Benard Bobison-Opoku (Far right), with Johannesburg Mayor, Parks Parks Tau during a meeting in Johannesburg on Tuesday, (05 April 2016) to cement collaboration on the expansion of education of opportunity for South African youth in the country’s maritime economic sector

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