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    PE port welcomes first oil tanker after berth repairs

    Port of Elizabeth’s Tanker Berth on Friday welcomed its first vessel, the UAAC Mirdif, after completion of berth repairs.

    The vessel delivered white oil to Nelson Mandela Bay.

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    PE port welcomes first oil tanker after berth repairs

    Port of Elizabeth’s Tanker Berth on Friday welcomed its first vessel, the UAAC Mirdif, after completion of berth repairs.

    The vessel delivered white oil to Nelson Mandela Bay.

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    Transnet awards Gijima IT contract following High Court order

    Transnet has issued JSE-listed information and communications technology company Gijima a letter of intent (LoI) to enter into a five-year information technology (IT) data services contract, valued at R1.3-billion.

    Transnet said the LoI issuance was a decision taken following thorough deliberations on procurement processes, as part of the board’s clean governance approach.

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    Transnet awards Gijima IT contract following High Court order

    Transnet has issued JSE-listed information and communications technology company Gijima a letter of intent (LoI) to enter into a five-year information technology (IT) data services contract, valued at R1.3-billion.

    Transnet said the LoI issuance was a decision taken following thorough deliberations on procurement processes, as part of the board’s clean governance approach.

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    Nzimande rebuts Cape Town passenger rail takeover plan

    Transport Minister Dr Blade Nzimande has rebutted the City of Cape Town’s appointment of rail experts to assist with a takeover plan for passenger rail in the city.

    African News Agency on Tuesday reported that Cape Town had announced that it was evaluating four tenders for the exercise and that the rail experts, once appointed, would help the transport directorate develop a feasible and incremental plan for the city to assume the urban rail function from the State-owned Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA).

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    Nzimande rebuts Cape Town passenger rail takeover plan

    Transport Minister Dr Blade Nzimande has rebutted the City of Cape Town’s appointment of rail experts to assist with a takeover plan for passenger rail in the city.

    African News Agency on Tuesday reported that Cape Town had announced that it was evaluating four tenders for the exercise and that the rail experts, once appointed, would help the transport directorate develop a feasible and incremental plan for the city to assume the urban rail function from the State-owned Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA).

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    Port of Ngqura maintains only ‘green port’ status in South Africa

    State-owned Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) says its Port of Ngqura, in Port Elizabeth, has been the only port with green status in South Africa and it maintains this status through a number of measures.

    These measures include unique biodive…

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    Port of Ngqura maintains only ‘green port’ status in South Africa

    State-owned Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) says its Port of Ngqura, in Port Elizabeth, has been the only port with green status in South Africa and it maintains this status through a number of measures.

    These measures include unique biodive…

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    JRA completes two Ivory Park road upgrades, more to follow

    City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba on Monday opened two newly built and rehabilitated roads in Ivory Park, Ward 78, near Midrand.

    The R6-million project, which was funded by the Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA), included the installation of und…

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    JRA completes two Ivory Park road upgrades, more to follow

    City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba on Monday opened two newly built and rehabilitated roads in Ivory Park, Ward 78, near Midrand.

    The R6-million project, which was funded by the Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA), included the installation of und…

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