Corporate Affairs

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    Port of Saldanha marks first sludge transfer

    Effective planning and oversight between the office of the Port of Saldanha’s Harbour Master, African Marine Solutions, the South African Maritime Safety Authority and SpillTech resulted in the successful first sludge transfer operation at the port last month. About 104 m3 of sludge was transferred from the MV Pacific Queen onto the SA Amandla tug during the operation, which was overseen by General Purpose Rating (GPR) acting pollution officer Mathew Blaauw.

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    Port of Saldanha marks first sludge transfer

    Effective planning and oversight between the office of the Port of Saldanha’s Harbour Master, African Marine Solutions, the South African Maritime Safety Authority and SpillTech resulted in the successful first sludge transfer operation at the port last month. About 104 m3 of sludge was transferred from the MV Pacific Queen onto the SA Amandla tug during the operation, which was overseen by General Purpose Rating (GPR) acting pollution officer Mathew Blaauw.

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    PRASA welcomes Constitutional Court decision on Swifambo matter

    The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) has welcomed a ruling by the Constitutional Court that dismissed an application brought by Swifambo Rail Leasing, which is in liquidation, for leave to appeal an earlier Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) decision not to reinstate a contract for the supply of Afro4000 locomotives to PRASA. In July 2017, the South Gauteng High Court ordered the review and setting aside of the contract for the supply of 70 Afro4000 locomotives by Swifambo for PRASA’s long-haul passenger service for R3.5-billion.

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    PRASA welcomes Constitutional Court decision on Swifambo matter

    The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) has welcomed a ruling by the Constitutional Court that dismissed an application brought by Swifambo Rail Leasing, which is in liquidation, for leave to appeal an earlier Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) decision not to reinstate a contract for the supply of Afro4000 locomotives to PRASA. In July 2017, the South Gauteng High Court ordered the review and setting aside of the contract for the supply of 70 Afro4000 locomotives by Swifambo for PRASA’s long-haul passenger service for R3.5-billion.

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    Takealot launches nationwide Pickup Points, flagship Midrand facility

    South African online retailer takealot.com has launched more than 25 Takealot Pickup Point collection facilities across the country, with the flagship facility at the New Road offramp, in Midrand, officially unveiled on Friday. The facilities are used for the pickup of both Takealot and Superbalist’s products.

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    Takealot launches nationwide Pickup Points, flagship Midrand facility

    South African online retailer takealot.com has launched more than 25 Takealot Pickup Point collection facilities across the country, with the flagship facility at the New Road offramp, in Midrand, officially unveiled on Friday. The facilities are used for the pickup of both Takealot and Superbalist’s products.

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    Takealot launches nationwide Pickup Points, flagship Midrand facility

    South African online retailer takealot.com has launched more than 25 Takealot Pickup Point collection facilities across the country, with the flagship facility at the New Road offramp, in Midrand, officially unveiled on Friday. The facilities are used for the pickup of both Takealot and Superbalist’s products.

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    High Court turns down N2 Wild Coast Road appeal

    The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) on Tuesday welcomed a ruling by the North Gauteng High Court to deny an appeal against a decision that confirmed the road agency’s decision to proceed with the construction of the N2 Wild Coast Road (N2WCR). In an earlier judgment, Judge Cynthia Pretorius “found unambiguously in favour” of Sanral and confirmed the validity of the public participation processes during the environmental-impact assessment, Sanral stated in a release.

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    High Court turns down N2 Wild Coast Road appeal

    The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) on Tuesday welcomed a ruling by the North Gauteng High Court to deny an appeal against a decision that confirmed the road agency’s decision to proceed with the construction of the N2 Wild Coast Road (N2WCR). In an earlier judgment, Judge Cynthia Pretorius “found unambiguously in favour” of Sanral and confirmed the validity of the public participation processes during the environmental-impact assessment, Sanral stated in a release.

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    High Court turns down N2 Wild Coast Road appeal

    The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) on Tuesday welcomed a ruling by the North Gauteng High Court to deny an appeal against a decision that confirmed the road agency’s decision to proceed with the construction of the N2 Wild Coast Road (N2WCR). In an earlier judgment, Judge Cynthia Pretorius “found unambiguously in favour” of Sanral and confirmed the validity of the public participation processes during the environmental-impact assessment, Sanral stated in a release.

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