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Apr 13, 2012
South Africa’s new ice-breaker, the R1.3-billion SA Agulhas II, has returned to port after successfully completing a series of ice trials in the north of the Bay of Bothnia, having sailed from Rauma, Finland on March 19.
Apr 05, 2012
South Africa’s newest modern research and supply ship, SA Agulhas II, was officially handed over to the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), following the successful completion of outfitting details and ice and sea trials. The R1.3-billion vessel, which was...
Mar 29, 2012
South Africa’s new ice-breaker, the R1.3-billion SA Agulhas II, has returned to port after successfully completing a series of ice trials in the north of the Bay of Bothnia, having sailed from Rauma, Finland on March 19. Department of Environment Affairs (DEA)...
Mar 16, 2012
It was a question of building a new ice- breaker ship for South Africa, or pulling out of Antarctica, where the country has had a base since 1961 as one of the original 12 signatories to the Antarctic Treaty. “There is nothing wrong with the current SA Agulhas,”...
Mar 16, 2012
It was a question of building a new icebreaker ship for South Africa, or pulling out of Antarctica, where the country has had a base since 1961 as one of the original 12 signatories to the Antarctic Treaty.
Feb 17, 2012
The Stellenbosch University and the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) have embarked on a research programme, using the new SA Agulhas II, to further the understanding of the hull design of icebreaking ships and their behaviour in ice conditions.
Feb 01, 2012
The Stellenbosch University and the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) have embarked on a research programme, using the new SA Agulhas II, to further the understanding of the hull design of icebreaking ships and their behaviour in ice conditions. The...
Jan 26, 2012
he University of Stellenbosch and the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) South Africa have embarked on an exciting research programme using the SA Agulhas II vessel to further the understanding of the hull design of icebreaking ships and the reaction in ice...
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May 24, 2005
The Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (Deat) has called for bids from interested transaction advisers, for a feasibility study into the design, construction and management of a new polar supply and research ship.
Mar 04, 2005
The first two phases of the new R190-million research base and weather station for the sub-Antarctic Marion Island have been completed.
May 28, 2004
Work on the first phase of the new R190-million research base and weather station for the cold sub-Antarctic Marion Island has started.
 
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