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    Agreement opens way for R1.8bn oil services hub at Saldanha port

    A private port terminal operator has been selected to build and operate South Africa’s first offshore supply base (OSSB) at the Port of Saldanha, in the Western Cape. The facility, which will involve investments of R1.8-billion over the coming five years, will provide services to offshore oil and gas companies operating along Africa’s coastline. The OSSB is to be developed by Saldehco, owned by private investment group HARPS Holdings, which has energy, property and marine interests in several countries, as well as black-women-owned energy company Semona. 

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    South African air traffic controller elected VP of global ATC representative body

    Air Traffic and Navigation Services, the State-owned company that is responsible for South Africa’s air traffic management, announced on Sunday that its Area Radar Controller at OR Tambo International Airport (Johannesburg), Peter van Rooyen, had been elected Executive VP of the International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers Associations (IFATCA). This happened during the recent (57th) IFATCA Conference, in Accra, Ghana.

    Van Rooyen has been Chairperson of one of IFATCA’s committees (“Committee C”) for the past four years. He is also the Executive VP (Professional) of the Guild of Air Traffic Controllers of South Africa (GATCSA).

    “The experience in GATCSA and IFATCA has broadened my overall knowledge and has given me a good international context to several important issues that affect Air Traffic Control in South Africa and globally,” he said. “[W]e need to realise that all our members have various work-related challenges and we should, where practically possible, assist and give guidance accordingly because they are the Federation in the end.”

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    Sars introduces electronic reporting requirements for customs clients

    The South African Revenue Service (Sars) said on Friday it would at the weekend introduce a new electronic cargo reporting system to track the movement of cargo into and out of the country. Sars said the paperless system would bring an end to one of it…

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    Sars introduces electronic reporting requirements for customs clients

    The South African Revenue Service (Sars) said on Friday it would at the weekend introduce a new electronic cargo reporting system to track the movement of cargo into and out of the country. Sars said the paperless system would bring an end to one of it…

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    Metrorail delays hit Cape Town commuters, as bus strike continues

    Commuters in Cape Town already in the midst of a bus strike have to contend with a near breakdown of train services, after Metrorail announced massive delays across its network on Friday morning. The company said there were delays of more than 60 minut…

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    Metrorail delays hit Cape Town commuters, as bus strike continues

    Commuters in Cape Town already in the midst of a bus strike have to contend with a near breakdown of train services, after Metrorail announced massive delays across its network on Friday morning. The company said there were delays of more than 60 minut…

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    Resignation will not absolve Pita from accountability – DPE

    The resignation of Garry Pita as CFO of State-owned Transnet does not absolve him of accountability should he be found to have had a role in the alleged corruption at Transnet, the Department of Public Enterprise (DPE) said late on Thursday. Pita on Th…

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    Resignation will not absolve Pita from accountability – DPE

    The resignation of Garry Pita as CFO of State-owned Transnet does not absolve him of accountability should he be found to have had a role in the alleged corruption at Transnet, the Department of Public Enterprise (DPE) said late on Thursday. Pita on Th…

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    New heavy-duty jib put to the test

    Heavy lifting solutions provider Ale has used its heavy duty jib with the the AL.SK350 crane while performing its inaugural lift, weighing 1 276 t, of a floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) module integration project in Nigeria. The world’s largest capacity land based crane, the AL.SK350, has been rigged in its current biggest configuration with a 124 m a-frame main boom, 49 m ballast radius and the 38 m jib for additional outreach, along with a heavy winch system and 4 000 t ballast for the project in Lagos.

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    Skills shortage a concern for industry

    The lack of adequately trained professionals presents a significant safety concern for the South African heavy lifting industry, says Lifting Equipment Engineering Association of South Africa (Leeasa) chairperson Arnold Sommer.

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