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    Specialist moves to diversify into agriculture, food & bev

    Gauteng-based material transfer specialist Weba Chute Systems is diversifying its client base, officially venturing into the agricultural, food and beverage and paper and pulp industries, says Weba MD Mark Baller. He explains that while Weba had often received and acted on inquiries from companies outside of it’s traditional client base – which comprises companies in the mining, power generation and steel industries – Weba’s focus had, for the most part, remained on heavy industries.

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    Specialist moves to diversify into agriculture, food & bev

    Gauteng-based material transfer specialist Weba Chute Systems is diversifying its client base, officially venturing into the agricultural, food and beverage and paper and pulp industries, says Weba MD Mark Baller. He explains that while Weba had often received and acted on inquiries from companies outside of it’s traditional client base – which comprises companies in the mining, power generation and steel industries – Weba’s focus had, for the most part, remained on heavy industries.

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    Mashaba opens Klipspruit bridge; JRA provides update on M2 repairs

    Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba and Transport MMC Nonhlanhla Makhuba on Thursday officially opened the newly built Klipspruit bridge, as well as the 300 m stretch of road adjacent to it. Situated in Soweto Wards 11 and 17, the bridge replaced a culve…

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    Mashaba opens Klipspruit bridge; JRA provides update on M2 repairs

    Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba and Transport MMC Nonhlanhla Makhuba on Thursday officially opened the newly built Klipspruit bridge, as well as the 300 m stretch of road adjacent to it. Situated in Soweto Wards 11 and 17, the bridge replaced a culve…

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    Fedusa, Untu to shut down commuter train services nationwide on July 26

    The Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) and its commuter rail transport affiliate, the United National Transport Union (Untu), plan to shut down Metrorail’s commuter train operations across the country on July 26. Fedusa says the shutdown is part of a national day of protest against “extremely poor and dangerous Metrorail passenger train services” that violate all health and safety provisions and that are characterised by “perpetually late trains, deliberate acts of arson and endless fatal accidents”.

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    Fedusa, Untu to shut down commuter train services nationwide on July 26

    The Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) and its commuter rail transport affiliate, the United National Transport Union (Untu), plan to shut down Metrorail’s commuter train operations across the country on July 26. Fedusa says the shutdown is part of a national day of protest against “extremely poor and dangerous Metrorail passenger train services” that violate all health and safety provisions and that are characterised by “perpetually late trains, deliberate acts of arson and endless fatal accidents”.

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    Ngqura port go-slow affecting South Africa’s automotive production, citrus exports

    State-owned Transnet has suspended several employees at its Ngqura Container Terminal for engaging in an illegal industrial action which has had a negative impact on port operations. In a statement released on Thursday, Transnet stated that the illegal…

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    Ngqura port go-slow affecting South Africa’s automotive production, citrus exports

    State-owned Transnet has suspended several employees at its Ngqura Container Terminal for engaging in an illegal industrial action which has had a negative impact on port operations. In a statement released on Thursday, Transnet stated that the illegal…

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    Threats to embark on industrial action could hurt SAA, airline warns

    South African Airways (SAA) on Tuesday noted a “deep sense of disappointment” at the South African Airways Pilots’ Association’s (Saapa’s) comments that it may embark on industrial action in protest against the appointment of Zukisa Ramasia as the airline’s acting CEO. Saapa chairperson Captain Grant Back on Sunday said “SAA pilots will not sit back while the cycle of deterioration is allowed to continue. Like other unions, we have been forced to draw a line in the sand and to prepare to take action.”

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    Threats to embark on industrial action could hurt SAA, airline warns

    South African Airways (SAA) on Tuesday noted a “deep sense of disappointment” at the South African Airways Pilots’ Association’s (Saapa’s) comments that it may embark on industrial action in protest against the appointment of Zukisa Ramasia as the airline’s acting CEO. Saapa chairperson Captain Grant Back on Sunday said “SAA pilots will not sit back while the cycle of deterioration is allowed to continue. Like other unions, we have been forced to draw a line in the sand and to prepare to take action.”

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