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    All mobility heading to electric future; solar and storage seen as key enablers

    The Department of Science and Innovation’s (DSI’s) electric mobility initiative uYilo director Hilten Parmar on Tuesday highlighted that worldwide all forms of mobility, including personal, freight, aviation and marine transport, were moving towards the use or inclusion of electric systems. The use or inclusion of electric systems in mobility will help to improve their efficiency, as well as to lower, and in some cases eliminate, emissions.

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    All mobility heading to electric future; solar and storage seen as key enablers

    The Department of Science and Innovation’s (DSI’s) electric mobility initiative uYilo director Hilten Parmar on Tuesday highlighted that worldwide all forms of mobility, including personal, freight, aviation and marine transport, were moving towards the use or inclusion of electric systems. The use or inclusion of electric systems in mobility will help to improve their efficiency, as well as to lower, and in some cases eliminate, emissions.

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    FedEx bullish on African opportunities

    Delivery multinational FedEx continues to invest in its operations across Africa and is providing time-definite delivery services in more countries, which is an indication of its commitment and its growing network, says FedEx sub-Saharan Africa Operati…

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    FedEx bullish on African opportunities

    Delivery multinational FedEx continues to invest in its operations across Africa and is providing time-definite delivery services in more countries, which is an indication of its commitment and its growing network, says FedEx sub-Saharan Africa Operati…

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    EVs present economic and sustainability opportunities for SA

    Electric vehicles present economic and sustainability benefits for South Africa by offsetting fossil fuel imports and improving air quality, while providing potential storage and grid balancing benefits as the use of renewable energy grows, says electric vehicle and smart mobility company Generation.e CEO Ben Pullen. The ranges of modern electric vehicles are typically 250 km to 550 km, which are suitable for most commuters’ daily needs. Maintenance and operating costs are typically lower than those of internal combustion engine vehicles and, while the retail costs of electric vehicles are typically higher than those using internal combustion engines, many are showing strong resale values.

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    EVs present economic and sustainability opportunities for SA

    Electric vehicles present economic and sustainability benefits for South Africa by offsetting fossil fuel imports and improving air quality, while providing potential storage and grid balancing benefits as the use of renewable energy grows, says electric vehicle and smart mobility company Generation.e CEO Ben Pullen. The ranges of modern electric vehicles are typically 250 km to 550 km, which are suitable for most commuters’ daily needs. Maintenance and operating costs are typically lower than those of internal combustion engine vehicles and, while the retail costs of electric vehicles are typically higher than those using internal combustion engines, many are showing strong resale values.

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    Next phase of taxi recapitalisation gets under way

    The revised taxi recapitalisation programme to remove the remaining 63 241 unroadworthy or noncompliant taxis from South Africa’s roads was launched by Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula, in Elandsfontein, Ekurhuleni, on Friday. The initial taxi recapitalisation programme, which was launched in 2001, had been aimed at getting 135 894 unroadworthy and illegal taxis off the roads and to provide capital for owners to replace the vehicles and continue to provide public transport services.

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    Next phase of taxi recapitalisation gets under way

    The revised taxi recapitalisation programme to remove the remaining 63 241 unroadworthy or noncompliant taxis from South Africa’s roads was launched by Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula, in Elandsfontein, Ekurhuleni, on Friday. The initial taxi recapitalisation programme, which was launched in 2001, had been aimed at getting 135 894 unroadworthy and illegal taxis off the roads and to provide capital for owners to replace the vehicles and continue to provide public transport services.

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    Mobile connectivity growing in logistics facilities

    The prevalence of mobile connectivity in logistics facilities, such as warehouses and distribution centres, is expected to increase as traceability and control become automated and integral functions of supply chains, says information and communication technology company Ruckus Networks sub-Saharan Africa sales director Riaan Graham. “Logistics and distribution chains and warehouses are becoming more automated and seamless with less human intervention. WiFi and radio-frequency tags fit well into the growing need for mobility and ease of connectivity to provide visibility and facilitate data exchange throughout a distribution centre.”

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    Mobile connectivity growing in logistics facilities

    The prevalence of mobile connectivity in logistics facilities, such as warehouses and distribution centres, is expected to increase as traceability and control become automated and integral functions of supply chains, says information and communication technology company Ruckus Networks sub-Saharan Africa sales director Riaan Graham. “Logistics and distribution chains and warehouses are becoming more automated and seamless with less human intervention. WiFi and radio-frequency tags fit well into the growing need for mobility and ease of connectivity to provide visibility and facilitate data exchange throughout a distribution centre.”

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