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Walvis Bay: A Whale of a Port

"With Namibia's imminent independence, South Africa's claim to legal sovereignty of the port and settlement of Walvis Bay, as well as to the Penguin Islands, between Walvis Bay and the Orange River, is bound to become a continuing issue in bilateral…

Drug Smuggling and Border Control at Johannesburg International Airport and Durban Harbour

"The purpose of this paper is to describe the state of border control at Johannesburg International Airport (JIA) and Durban Harbour in regard to the detection of drugs smuggling.Before beginning the main business of the paper, though, a word on con…

An Overview of South African Border Control: 1994-2004

"This paper asks why the problem has not been solved in the last ten years and suggests several options for how it might be solved in the future. The themes raised resonate well beyond the sphere of border control. They talk to a perennial governan…

Illicit Trafficking of Vehicles across Beit Bridge Border Post

"Over the last decade the trafficking in stolen vehicles has become a prominent form of crime within Southern Africa. Vehicles stolen or hijacked in South Africa are transported across the borders for sale in neighbouring countries. Since 1994 there…

China-driven Port Development: Lessons from Kenya and Malaysia

Access to ports underlie many countries’ plans to expand trade. Over the past two decades, China has emerged as a major funder and builder of ports. This appeals to governments in the Global South, while also serving Beijing’s focus on connectivity …

Dubai Port World ou le Levier Diplomatique Émirati en Afrique / Dubai Port World or the UAE's Diplomatic Leverage in Africa

In the face of increasing global competition, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has seen the backwardness of the maritime domain in traditional strategic points at the beginning of the 21st century. Nevertheless, the country holds an important position…

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