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    Commission recommends Autopax be separated from PRASA

    The Competition Commission, in its Market Inquiry Into Land Based Public Passenger Transport report, has made a number of provisional recommendations to improve the functioning of public transport in South Africa. It has recommended that Autopax, a sub…

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    Commission recommends Autopax be separated from PRASA

    The Competition Commission, in its Market Inquiry Into Land Based Public Passenger Transport report, has made a number of provisional recommendations to improve the functioning of public transport in South Africa. It has recommended that Autopax, a sub…

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    KfW, DBSA renew MoU

    German development bank KfW has renewed its memorandum of understanding (MoU) with development finance institution, the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), to continue their successful collaboration on the financing and implementation of programmes. The signing of the MoU took place on Thursday, at KfW’s annual new year’s reception, in Pretoria.

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    KfW, DBSA renew MoU

    German development bank KfW has renewed its memorandum of understanding (MoU) with development finance institution, the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), to continue their successful collaboration on the financing and implementation of programmes. The signing of the MoU took place on Thursday, at KfW’s annual new year’s reception, in Pretoria.

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    JRA makes headway in its ‘war on potholes’

    The Johannesburg Road Agency (JRA) and the City of Johannesburg (CoJ) have declared a war on potholes in the city and has already made considerable progress in its 60-day action campaign – the first step in its drive to accelerate service delivery and tackle road infrastructure issues. At a briefing on Wednesday, JRA acting COO Siyabonga Genu indicated that following the festive period, there was a backlog of about 4 000 potholes which needed to be fixed. Therefore, this campaign was launched on January 28 to deal with this backlog, and the deadline for all these potholes to be fixed is March 28.

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    JRA makes headway in its ‘war on potholes’

    The Johannesburg Road Agency (JRA) and the City of Johannesburg (CoJ) have declared a war on potholes in the city and has already made considerable progress in its 60-day action campaign – the first step in its drive to accelerate service delivery and tackle road infrastructure issues. At a briefing on Wednesday, JRA acting COO Siyabonga Genu indicated that following the festive period, there was a backlog of about 4 000 potholes which needed to be fixed. Therefore, this campaign was launched on January 28 to deal with this backlog, and the deadline for all these potholes to be fixed is March 28.

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    Jungheinrich seeks to offer the best of both worlds in new counterbalance truck

    Intralogistics solutions provider Jungheinrich this week gave the media and clients a preview of the future of sustainable logistics, with attendees at the company’s Innovations & Highlights seminar, in Hamburg, Germany, given a sneak peek of a pioneer counterbalance truck, the P30i. Jungheinrich is headquartered in Hamburg, and has global operations, including in South Africa.

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    Jungheinrich seeks to offer the best of both worlds in new counterbalance truck

    Intralogistics solutions provider Jungheinrich this week gave the media and clients a preview of the future of sustainable logistics, with attendees at the company’s Innovations & Highlights seminar, in Hamburg, Germany, given a sneak peek of a pioneer counterbalance truck, the P30i. Jungheinrich is headquartered in Hamburg, and has global operations, including in South Africa.

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    Joburg International Transport Interchange construction 85% complete

    Construction of the high-tech Johannesburg International Transport Interchange (JITI) – a 50 000 m² international long-distance and cross-border transport and shopping hub – is 85% complete. The Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA) has been implementing the JITI on behalf of the City of Johannesburg.

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    Joburg International Transport Interchange construction 85% complete

    Construction of the high-tech Johannesburg International Transport Interchange (JITI) – a 50 000 m² international long-distance and cross-border transport and shopping hub – is 85% complete. The Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA) has been implementing the JITI on behalf of the City of Johannesburg.

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