Corporate Affairs

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    Covid-19 will not affect current capex, but future projects are dependent on recovery, says Trac

    The Covid-19 pandemic will not affect the rollout of the current R1.6-billion of capital projects along the N4, says Trans African Concessions (Trac) CEO Alex van Niekerk. TRAC manages the N4 Toll Route between Tshwane, Gauteng, and the Maputo port, in Mozambique.

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    Covid-19 will not affect current capex, but future projects are dependent on recovery, says Trac

    The Covid-19 pandemic will not affect the rollout of the current R1.6-billion of capital projects along the N4, says Trans African Concessions (Trac) CEO Alex van Niekerk. TRAC manages the N4 Toll Route between Tshwane, Gauteng, and the Maputo port, in Mozambique.

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    Dawn Wing CEO says ecommerce has finally arrived in SA

    Despite facing a rough patch during the initial hard lockdown in South Africa, express courier company Dawn Wing says it has since seen a significant surge in ecommerce.  “The lockdown-period business was really tough, as volumes were low, but we made a decision to stay open to support our healthcare customers,” says Dawn Wing CEO Hilton Eachus.

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    Dawn Wing CEO says ecommerce has finally arrived in SA

    Despite facing a rough patch during the initial hard lockdown in South Africa, express courier company Dawn Wing says it has since seen a significant surge in ecommerce.  “The lockdown-period business was really tough, as volumes were low, but we made a decision to stay open to support our healthcare customers,” says Dawn Wing CEO Hilton Eachus.

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    Dawn Wing CEO says ecommerce has finally arrived in SA

    Despite facing a rough patch during the initial hard lockdown in South Africa, express courier company Dawn Wing says it has since seen a significant surge in ecommerce.  “The lockdown-period business was really tough, as volumes were low, but we made a decision to stay open to support our healthcare customers,” says Dawn Wing CEO Hilton Eachus.

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    Project launched to support, grow women-owned transport enterprises  

    The United Nations Women South Africa Multicountry Office, in partnership with the National Women Advancement Establishment, have launched a project to provide technical business support to women-owned enterprises in the transport sector in South Africa. The aim of the programme is to stimulate opportunities for women entrepreneurs through affirmative procurement, investment and supply-chain policies. 

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    Project launched to support, grow women-owned transport enterprises  

    The United Nations Women South Africa Multicountry Office, in partnership with the National Women Advancement Establishment, have launched a project to provide technical business support to women-owned enterprises in the transport sector in South Africa. The aim of the programme is to stimulate opportunities for women entrepreneurs through affirmative procurement, investment and supply-chain policies. 

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    CSIR and asphalt industry construct test road using local fillers, recycled tyres

    The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and private company Much Asphalt have successfully constructed a section of road using locally available micro-fillers and recycled tyres. Following more than a year of combined laboratory development and evaluation efforts between CSIR Smart Mobility and the Much Asphalt Gauteng Regional Laboratory, the project came to fruition when the products under development were produced and paved into a controlled trial section in Roodepoort, Gauteng. 

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    CSIR and asphalt industry construct test road using local fillers, recycled tyres

    The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and private company Much Asphalt have successfully constructed a section of road using locally available micro-fillers and recycled tyres. Following more than a year of combined laboratory development and evaluation efforts between CSIR Smart Mobility and the Much Asphalt Gauteng Regional Laboratory, the project came to fruition when the products under development were produced and paved into a controlled trial section in Roodepoort, Gauteng. 

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    Buses, trains shunned in favour of cars, taxis, reveals Gauteng travel survey

    Low capacity transport modes, such as minibus taxis and private cars, have become the backbone of the transport network in the Gauteng province, as opposed to high-capacity modes, such as rail and buses. This is one of the main findings of the 2019/20 Gauteng Household Transport Survey (GHTS), conducted by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), on behalf of the Gauteng government – and directly opposed to the vision set out in the province’s 25-year Integrated Transport Management Plan, which views rail as the backbone of the province’s transport network.

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