Corporate Affairs

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    Super Group increases revenue with marginal profit boost

    Reflecting strong sales performances in its supply chain businesses in Europe and its dealerships in the UK, JSE-listed transport logistics and mobility group Super Group’s revenue increased by 5.8% to R20-billion for the six months ended December 31, 2020. The group’s operating profit increased marginally by 0.5%, to R1.23-billion.

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    Super Group increases revenue with marginal profit boost

    Reflecting strong sales performances in its supply chain businesses in Europe and its dealerships in the UK, JSE-listed transport logistics and mobility group Super Group’s revenue increased by 5.8% to R20-billion for the six months ended December 31, 2020. The group’s operating profit increased marginally by 0.5%, to R1.23-billion.

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    National road toll tariffs to increase March 1

    The Department of Transport has announced new toll tariffs for South Africa’s national roads following Minister Fikile Mbalula’s approval and recommendation by the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral).

    The adjustments are done yearly, in line with the consumer price index (CPI) as obtained from Statistics South Africa, with the latest having been gazetted on February 11 and coming into effect as of March 1.

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    National road toll tariffs to increase March 1

    The Department of Transport has announced new toll tariffs for South Africa’s national roads following Minister Fikile Mbalula’s approval and recommendation by the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral).

    The adjustments are done yearly, in line with the consumer price index (CPI) as obtained from Statistics South Africa, with the latest having been gazetted on February 11 and coming into effect as of March 1.

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    Transnet adjusts infrastructure strategy to deal with damaging weather conditions

    State-owned Transnet is investigating methods to deal with unpredictable and severe weather patterns, which have negatively affected the railway network during and after cyclone Eloise hit Southern Africa in late January, resulting in heavy rainfall across South Africa.

    Transnet Freight Rail (TFR), in particular, has experienced disruptions in the past weeks, as a result of severe damage caused by excessive rain following cyclone Eloise cyclone. The rain caused unusual disruptions on the heavy-haul lines, including the iron-ore and the manganese channel, leading to a number of “wash-away” incidents.

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    Transnet adjusts infrastructure strategy to deal with damaging weather conditions

    State-owned Transnet is investigating methods to deal with unpredictable and severe weather patterns, which have negatively affected the railway network during and after cyclone Eloise hit Southern Africa in late January, resulting in heavy rainfall across South Africa.

    Transnet Freight Rail (TFR), in particular, has experienced disruptions in the past weeks, as a result of severe damage caused by excessive rain following cyclone Eloise cyclone. The rain caused unusual disruptions on the heavy-haul lines, including the iron-ore and the manganese channel, leading to a number of “wash-away” incidents.

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    Shoprite expands solar PV project; 19 sites outfitted

    Fast-moving consumer goods company the Shoprite Group has expanded its solar photovoltaic (PV) programme, with 19 of its sites in South Africa and Namibia now boasting rooftop PV installations.

    There are now 18 Shoprite Group stores throughout South A…

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    Shoprite expands solar PV project; 19 sites outfitted

    Fast-moving consumer goods company the Shoprite Group has expanded its solar photovoltaic (PV) programme, with 19 of its sites in South Africa and Namibia now boasting rooftop PV installations.

    There are now 18 Shoprite Group stores throughout South A…

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    Airlink launches new Namibia route while Air Namibia remains grounded

    Privately-owned regional airline Airlink plans to launch a new direct service between Cape Town and Walvis Bay, in Namibia, commencing on March 2.

    Air Namibia, the country’s national carrier, halted flights on February 11, pending voluntary liquidation, with all aircraft being grounded at base and bookings cancelled indefinitely.

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    Airlink launches new Namibia route while Air Namibia remains grounded

    Privately-owned regional airline Airlink plans to launch a new direct service between Cape Town and Walvis Bay, in Namibia, commencing on March 2.

    Air Namibia, the country’s national carrier, halted flights on February 11, pending voluntary liquidation, with all aircraft being grounded at base and bookings cancelled indefinitely.

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