MLA Site Additions


  • The Maritime Law Association of South Africa was established in February 1974 as a result of concern among maritime lawyers and the shipping industry that legislation in South Africa regulating maritime affairs did not appear to be keeping pace with developments elsewhere in the world.



*INVITATION TO 2016 MLA CONFERENCE ~ ARABELLA HOTEL & SPA (23-25 SEPTEMBER)


   



MLA CONFERENCE @ ARABELLA HOTEL & SPA (23rd – 25th SEPTEMBER 2016)


This year’s MLA will be held at the Arabella Hotel & Spa, Kleinmond, Cape Town from 23rd – 25th September 2016. Arabella Country Estate, known as ‘Arabella’ is a residential estate with golf course and 5 star hotel located 1 hr from Cape Town, near the coastal town of Hermanus, Western Cape, South Africa. The […]



MLA CONFERENCE: ~ KWA-ZULU NATAL (7-9 AUGUST 2015)


This year’s MLA will be held at Nyala Safari Lodge, Hluhluwe, Kwa-Zula Natal from 7 – 9 August 2015. Nyala Private Game Reserve provides a unique bush experience in the heart of one of South Africa’s most diverse conservation regions. Nestled between the wilderness reserves of Mkuze, Hluhluwe, St Lucia and Sodwana Bay, this lush […]



REPORT BACK ON THE MLASA 2014 CONFERENCE AND AGM AT ARNISTON HOTEL, 5 – 7 SEPTEMBER 2014


The conference was kicked off at 17h00 on Friday, 5 September 2014 with drinks on the lawn of the Arniston hotel, where the panoramic view of the turquoise seas lent itself to whale spotting – look out for photos of the conference which will be posted on the website shortly. Delegates were warmly welcomed by […]



UPDATE: MLA CONFERENCE AT ARNISTON HOTEL (5-7 SEPTEMBER 2014)


             



MLA CONFERENCE: ARNISTON HOTEL ~ 5-7 SEPTEMBER 2014




2013 MLA CONFERENCE – PROVISIONAL AGENDA


Herewith the latest Agenda to the 2013 MLA AGM to be held at Zimbali Lodge, Ballito from 2 – 4 August 2013.



2013 MLA CONFERENCE – LIVING THE LAW OF THE SEA


The Maritime Law Association Conference will be held this year at Zimbali Lodge, Kwa-Zulu Natal between
2 – 4 August 2013. For more details, click here.



NAUTICAL INSTITUTE SEMINAR, APRIL 2013 – MEETING THE CHALLENGES FOR AN AFRICAN MARITIME ECONOMY


The  seminar was,  to  an  extent,  a  follow  up  to  the  successful SA  Maritime  Industry Conference (SAMIC) convened by SAMSA in Cape Town last year. Perhaps  its  most  positive aspect was  that  the  broad  representation of  professional bodies participating allowed reflection not only of where SA needs to go to take full advantage of opportunities […]



GENERAL BOTHA OLD BOYS ASSOCIATION SPRING LUNCHEON


The first real day of spring in Gauteng arrived on Sunday, 30 September. Following on to the usual late September cold snap, it was a glorious dayduring which a horde of picnickers and day visitors took the opportunity of a visit to the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens in Roodepoort.

Amongst them were thirty-two members and partners attending the annual Spring Luncheon of the South African Training Ship General Botha Old Boys’ Association.