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    Brits inland terminal moved 100 000 t of chrome in June

    State-owned Transnet Port Terminals’ (TPT’s) Pendoring inland terminal, in Brits, exceeded its monthly average throughput, moving 100 000 t of chrome, in June.

    TPT said in a statement on Monday the terminal generally moves about 90 000 t a month of chrome.

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    AFRO4000 locomotives to be auctioned off

    Online auction house WH Auctioneers will, in September, auction off 13 AFRO4000 locomotives that were initially procured for use on the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s (PRASA’s) long-distance network.

    The auction will open on September 1 and close on September 12.

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    AFRO4000 locomotives to be auctioned off

    Online auction house WH Auctioneers will, in September, auction off 13 AFRO4000 locomotives that were initially procured for use on the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s (PRASA’s) long-distance network.

    The auction will open on September 1 and close on September 12.

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    Ngqura, Cape Town, Durban terminals returning to productivity after illegal strike

    State-owned freight utility Transnet on Friday said productivity at its affected ports was returning to normal and estimated that it would take two weeks to clear the backlog at the Ngqura container terminal.

    This follows after the company last week s…

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    Ngqura, Cape Town, Durban terminals returning to productivity after illegal strike

    State-owned freight utility Transnet on Friday said productivity at its affected ports was returning to normal and estimated that it would take two weeks to clear the backlog at the Ngqura container terminal.

    This follows after the company last week s…

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    Commission finds competition distortions in public passenger transport industry

    Competition Commission economist Nonkululelo Moeketsi says the commission has found various competition distortions and inefficiencies within the public passenger transport industry. Moeketsi presented preliminary findings of the inquiry into the publi…

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    Commission finds competition distortions in public passenger transport industry

    Competition Commission economist Nonkululelo Moeketsi says the commission has found various competition distortions and inefficiencies within the public passenger transport industry. Moeketsi presented preliminary findings of the inquiry into the publi…

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    South Africa’s IRPTNs remain underdeveloped

    South Africa’s integrated rapid public transport networks (IRPTNs) are still largely underdeveloped and officials are still learning lessons along the way. During city-specific sessions at the Southern Africa Transport Conference, last week, Tshwane bus service A Re Yeng acting director Ruth Motasa said the success of any bus rapid transit (BRT) system, such as A Re Yeng, would only be realised if there was an understanding that it should service the people that impact the economy.

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    South Africa’s IRPTNs remain underdeveloped

    South Africa’s integrated rapid public transport networks (IRPTNs) are still largely underdeveloped and officials are still learning lessons along the way. During city-specific sessions at the Southern Africa Transport Conference, last week, Tshwane bus service A Re Yeng acting director Ruth Motasa said the success of any bus rapid transit (BRT) system, such as A Re Yeng, would only be realised if there was an understanding that it should service the people that impact the economy.

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    Researcher says roads still enable social segregation

    Department of Transport (DoT) researcher Oscar Thobela says South Africa’s road network remains an enabler for social segregation, despite the end of the Apartheid more than 25 years ago. Speaking at the Southern African Transport Conference this week, he stated that transport was more transit-focused, excluding other users of the road and perpetuating the legacy of social segregation.

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