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Thursday, March 8th, 2012

Could Better Monitoring Reduce the Economic Impacts of Piracy?

The problem of Somali piracy is one of global concern with broad economic impacts to shipping companies, governments, and individuals. South Asia bears a large burden, with the predominant shipping route to Asia preyed upon, and an...

Thursday, March 10th, 2011

World Cup Satellite Helps Protect SA Waters from Pirates

A satellite navigation system installed by SA as a contingency measure for last year’s Soccer World Cup has become a leading tool to fight piracy, Karl Otto, executive head of the South African Maritime Safety Authority (Samsa),...