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    Roads Agency Limpopo accepts CEO’s resignation

    Provincial road infrastructure delivery parastatal Roads Agency Limpopo said on Friday it had accepted the resignation of CEO Maselaganye Matji with effect from March 31, for personal reasons. Matji was appointed on a five-year contract ending February 2020 after the agency was effectively returned from administration in early 2014 after a tumultuous period of lack of leadership, mismanagement and systematic collapse of corporate governance.

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    Roads Agency Limpopo accepts CEO’s resignation

    Provincial road infrastructure delivery parastatal Roads Agency Limpopo said on Friday it had accepted the resignation of CEO Maselaganye Matji with effect from March 31, for personal reasons. Matji was appointed on a five-year contract ending February 2020 after the agency was effectively returned from administration in early 2014 after a tumultuous period of lack of leadership, mismanagement and systematic collapse of corporate governance.

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    Agrizzi shows inquiry video of Bosasa bosses counting money for ACSA tender bribe

    Former Bosasa chief operating officer Angelo Agrizzi on Thursday showed the commission probing state capture a video in which businessman Gavin Watson counted money allegedly used to pay a bribe to secure a R14 million a month contract from the Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA). Continuing his testimony before the commission presided over by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, Agrizzi stuck to his guns that Watson, the Bosasa chief executive, used his political ties and bribed state officials to win a lucrative catering, facilities management and security contract for his company at various government institutions.

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    Agrizzi shows inquiry video of Bosasa bosses counting money for ACSA tender bribe

    Former Bosasa chief operating officer Angelo Agrizzi on Thursday showed the commission probing state capture a video in which businessman Gavin Watson counted money allegedly used to pay a bribe to secure a R14 million a month contract from the Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA). Continuing his testimony before the commission presided over by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, Agrizzi stuck to his guns that Watson, the Bosasa chief executive, used his political ties and bribed state officials to win a lucrative catering, facilities management and security contract for his company at various government institutions.

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    Cosatu angered by R1.6bn subsidy for Gautrain

    The Congress of South Africa Trade Union (Cosatu) in Gauteng said on Tuesday that it was dismayed by the news that the provincial department of transport will be subsidizing Gautrain operating expenses with a whopping R1.5-billion this year.  News emerged on Monday that the Gautrain Management Agency 2017/18 annual report revealed that Gauteng provincial taxpayers are paying R100 million a month, or R1.6-billion a year, to subsidise the running of the Gautrain as the number of passengers has dropped over the past two years.

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    Cosatu angered by R1.6bn subsidy for Gautrain

    The Congress of South Africa Trade Union (Cosatu) in Gauteng said on Tuesday that it was dismayed by the news that the provincial department of transport will be subsidizing Gautrain operating expenses with a whopping R1.5-billion this year.  News emerged on Monday that the Gautrain Management Agency 2017/18 annual report revealed that Gauteng provincial taxpayers are paying R100 million a month, or R1.6-billion a year, to subsidise the running of the Gautrain as the number of passengers has dropped over the past two years.

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    Cosatu angered by R1.6bn subsidy for Gautrain

    The Congress of South Africa Trade Union (Cosatu) in Gauteng said on Tuesday that it was dismayed by the news that the provincial department of transport will be subsidizing Gautrain operating expenses with a whopping R1.5-billion this year.  News emerged on Monday that the Gautrain Management Agency 2017/18 annual report revealed that Gauteng provincial taxpayers are paying R100-million a month, or R1.6-billion a year, to subsidize the running of the Gautrain as the number of passengers has dropped over the past two years.

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    Cosatu angered by R1.6bn subsidy for Gautrain

    The Congress of South Africa Trade Union (Cosatu) in Gauteng said on Tuesday that it was dismayed by the news that the provincial department of transport will be subsidizing Gautrain operating expenses with a whopping R1.5-billion this year.  News emerged on Monday that the Gautrain Management Agency 2017/18 annual report revealed that Gauteng provincial taxpayers are paying R100-million a month, or R1.6-billion a year, to subsidize the running of the Gautrain as the number of passengers has dropped over the past two years.

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    International passenger numbers at Cape Town International Airport grow by 9.6% in 2018

    Last year, 2.6-million international passengers were recorded by Cape Town International Airport (CTIA), representing a 9.6% growth from 2017 despite the drought and other problems experienced by the region, the City of Cape Town said on Sunday. “This growth came from long-haul carriers from outside the Southern African region and the uptick bodes well for the local economy,” mayoral committee member for economic opportunities and asset management James Vos said.  

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    International passenger numbers at Cape Town International Airport grow by 9.6% in 2018

    Last year, 2.6-million international passengers were recorded by Cape Town International Airport (CTIA), representing a 9.6% growth from 2017 despite the drought and other problems experienced by the region, the City of Cape Town said on Sunday. “This growth came from long-haul carriers from outside the Southern African region and the uptick bodes well for the local economy,” mayoral committee member for economic opportunities and asset management James Vos said.  

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