The meeting place for transport professionals from across the region to get together and talk about the development of transport infrastructure connecting Mozambique and neighbouring countries, taking place 13 - 14 May 2019 in Maputo.
The new caisson forms part of a multi-million rand overhaul of the port’s ship repair facilities over a three-year period (2019-2022) under South Africa’s Operation Phakisa Programme, which has identified ship building and repairs as a strategic industry for the port.
The Saldanha Bay Industrial Development Zone has formally been in existence since 2013 and it has ambitious plans to tap further into the burgeoning oil rig maintenance and repair business.
Discuss your project requirements with Lesedi, an established engineering, project management and maintenance solutions house that conceptualises, manages, and implements its own engineering projects.
South Africa’s blue economy offers a beacon of hope for sustainable job creation and economic growth in a field of almost unending potential.
The Oceans Economy is no longer just a concept talked about at conferences, it is a reality that is starting to have an impact on South Africa.
With only 2% of the entire world’s maritime workforce consisting of women, a new bursary scheme announced by the South African International Maritime Institute (SAIMI) plans to unlock the oceans economy for women in South Africa.
Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) and multi-tiered sub-concessions available for this greenfield, deep-water port development comprising two berths, supported by a 550 km railway line.
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False Bay College was selected as the Centre of Specialisation for riggers and mechanical fitters in the Western Cape.