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South Africa elected to preside over the IMO Assembly at the 31st Session of the Assembly in London. South African Maritime Safety Authority South Africa elected to preside over the IMO Assembly at the 31st Session of the Assembly in London.
DOT and SAMSA flying the SA flag high in London 

November 28, 2019
 
Staff reporter
 
IMO Headquarters, London:South Africa has been elected to preside over the IMO Assembly at the 31st Session of the Assembly currently taking place in London at IMO Headquarters.
 
The Assembly is the IMO’s highest governing body consisting of all the 174 Member States and meets once every two years. It is responsible for approving the work programme and budget and determining financial arrangements and electing the IMO Council.
 
South Africa is represented at the Assembly by a delegation led by the Deputy Minister of Transport Ms Dikeledi Magadzi, Acting CEO  for the  South African Maritime Safety Authority, Mr Sobantu Tilayi and Company Secretary Mr Lolo Raphadu are also part of the delegation.
 
Ms. Nomatemba Tambo, High Commissioner of South Africa to the United Kingdom will take up the position of President of the Assembly.
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