Energy Minister Jeff Radebe says the department is intensifying efforts to cap and bring down the escalating cost of fuel. The Minister said this when the department briefed the Portfolio […]
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The multi-disciplinary team, tasked to prevent and combat crime at the OR Tambo International Airport, continues to make arrests of suspects on various crimes. Over the past few days, the […]
Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has suspended evaluation of tenders for retail store opportunities while it considers the possible impact of a recent court judgment. Tenders for 78 retail store […]
South Africa’s opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, has presented its railway plan to the Competition Commission. This follows the Commission instituting a market inquiry into land-based public passenger transport to […]
With a litre of petrol now costing South Africans as much as a 2-litre bottle of Coca-Cola, and petrol prices predicted to continue increasing, more South African motorists are likely […]
CEO of South African Airways (SAA), Vuyani Jarana, has reiterated that there are no plans to privatise the airline. He was replying to a question on the issue posed to him at […]
Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) recognises the increasingly critical need for a predictable rail service that will support and enhance its drive to build successful partnerships with industry and third-party logistics […]
Now in its fifth year, TruckX – South Africa’s all-encompassing, interactive event for the commercial transport industry – has moved things up a gear.
With a new headline sponsor, new industry partnerships and new events in parallel, TruckX 2018 is set to surpass the record-breaking support it received last year. The event takes place on July 11 and 12 at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit, Midrand.
The Southern African Bus Operators Association (SABOA) said it would like to appeal to every bus and coach operator in South Africa to become RTMS-certified. The association said improved safety, operational […]
The South African Maritime Safety Authority successfully coordinated a medical rescue mission, airlifting two Filipino sailors who were injured on board the bulk carrier, KS FLORA, which was approximately 81 […]