South Africa: Durban harbour requires further berth dredging

State-owned freight logistics group Transnet has confirmed that the further deepening of the berths at the port of ...

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Dredging Contractors bid for $87m Mombasa Port Dredging ...

The process for dredging Mombasa port channel to accommodate huge vessels has started. A wider channel will ...

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Kenya: Construction on Mombasa Port in Progress

Second 1.2 mln TEU terminal will start operating in 2013 and Port working 24-hrs, turnaround time improves… ...

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Ghana: Volta Lake Dredging in Sight

The Volta Lake Transport Company (VLTC) will soon be given a new lease of life following government’s plans to ...

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Senegal: AfDB and DP World Sign €47.5 Million Loan for ...

The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group and the Dubai Port World Dakar (DPWD) on Wednesday, 31 March 2010 in ...

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Ghana inaugurates Dredging Committee for Chemu Lagoon

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) has inaugurated a nine-member Committee to plan and oversee the dredging of ...

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DEME Completes Major Port Upgrading Programme in Durban ...

After almost three years, the Belgian dredging and hydraulic engineering group DEME today completes a major port ...

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Militants Provide Security for Dredging Project in ...

Armed militants and prominent youths from some communities in the Niger Delta are now giving security cover to ...

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RSA: sand dredging project shows benefits with ...

The sand dredging project that has been taking place in Durban has started to show benefits, with excellent sand ...

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Multi Billion Lower Niger Dredging Project is Half Done

The National Inland Waterways Authority (NI-WA) yesterday said that the multi billion naira Lower Niger Dredging ...

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Sierra Gold Corporation buys two 8″ Dredgers

Sierra Gold Corporation purchased two 8” dredges last month, which have been completely refurbished and shipped ...

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Nigerian government tells contractor to ‘pull finger’ ...

Nigeria’s Minister of Transport Ibrahim Bio has served notice on the contractor involved with rehabilitating the ...

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United Nations to help expand Bossasso port (Somalia)

The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has signed an agreement with Somali’s Puntland state to help expand the capacity ...

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Dredging of the Lower River Niger will require More Funds

LOKOJA, NIGERIA— The dredging of the Lower River Niger will require more funds than expected, says Nigerian ...

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Dutch-Based Company Set to Modernize NPA Facility (Liberia)

APM Terminal Wins $120million Bid.The Government of Liberia, through the Inter-Ministerial Concession Committee ...

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Namibia: Namdeb selects Firestone Diamonds to build and ...

JOHANNESBURG – Aim-listed Firestone Diamonds has been selected as the preferred candidate to build and operate a ...

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Port of Durban: Dredger Pallieter provides ‘water ballet’

The R4 billion project to widen and deepen the Port of Durban entrance channel is just about complete, apart from a ...

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Nigerian Minister of Transport: Lower River Niger ...

Abuja — Minister of Transport, Mr. Ibrahim Isa Bio yesterday gave more clarity has on the raging controversies ...

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Nigerian President confirms: N36bn dredging of River ...

ABUJA—IN a swift move to nip in the bud what is capable of sectionalizing his Presidency, Acting President Goodluck ...

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Nigerian Government halts dredging of lower river Niger

The Federal Government yesterday halted the dredging of the lower River Niger pending the total protection of ...

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Imo State (Nigeria): The Big Fraud in Ohakim’s Dredging ...

It is very unfortunate that rather than address the clear-enough allegations of fraud and siphoning of public fund ...

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24 million euros refurbishment work on Porto Novo dock ...

Porto Novo, Cape Verde, 12 Feb – The first phase of refurbishment and expansion work on the port of Porto Novo is ...

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The Netherlands: Split Barge B.34 heading for Cape Town (RSA)

In the port of Antwerp the split barge B.34 was loaded onboard the Red Cedar. Source: Maasmond Maritime, February 7, 2010

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Nigerian Government Recommends Withdrawal of $120 ...

The House of Representatives Committee on Privatisation and Commercialisation, has recommended the withdrawal of ...

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Kenmare Resources mulls 50% expansion for Moma mine ...

Kenmare Resources is the Irish, UK-listed owner of the Moma titanium mine in Mozambique. It’s had an ...

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Kenya Port Authorities plans small ports to help ease ...

After the much-hyped multi-billion shilling Lamu Port that seeks to tap into the northern frontier with Ethiopia ...

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Mixed emotions by dredging of Lower River Niger

After years of politicking and paying of lip service to the issue of the dredging of the Lower River Niger, the ...

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