Corporate Affairs

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    Sanral undertaking road improvement activities

    The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) is undertaking a number of road improvement activities in several provinces. It has noted in a series of media releases that it has recently awarded a contract for the resurfacing of National Roa…

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    Deputy Minister applauds women taking charge in the rail sector

    Transport Deputy Minister Dikeledi Magadzi this week accompanied the Railway Safety Regulator in its inspection of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s (PRASA’s) Wolmerton depot, in Pretoria. The inspection was held to assess the condition of the depot against scheduled and unscheduled maintenance activities that keep PRASA’s trains, coaches and motor coaches available and reliable for safe train operations.

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    Deputy Minister applauds women taking charge in the rail sector

    Transport Deputy Minister Dikeledi Magadzi this week accompanied the Railway Safety Regulator in its inspection of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s (PRASA’s) Wolmerton depot, in Pretoria. The inspection was held to assess the condition of the depot against scheduled and unscheduled maintenance activities that keep PRASA’s trains, coaches and motor coaches available and reliable for safe train operations.

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    Empowered consortium Takatso to own 51% of SAA

    Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has revealed the new strategic equity partner of State-owned airline South African Airways (SAA) – black-owned consortium Takatso.

    Takatso, which is Sotho for aspire, comprises Pan African infrastructure development fund manager Harith General Partners and Global Airways and will own 51% of the airline.

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    Empowered consortium Takatso to own 51% of SAA

    Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has revealed the new strategic equity partner of State-owned airline South African Airways (SAA) – black-owned consortium Takatso.

    Takatso, which is Sotho for aspire, comprises Pan African infrastructure development fund manager Harith General Partners and Global Airways and will own 51% of the airline.

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    Association encourages use of zinc to boost rail

    International Zinc Association (IZA) Africa Desk head Simon Norton says there is significant opportunity right now to increase the use of refined zinc for hot dip galvanising of steel, with the steel used for new rail infrastructure projects in South Africa. “This would guarantee a long life for rail infrastructure and boost local industries such as galvanisers, steel fabricators and industrial painters, never mind the civil engineering industry.”

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    Product ensures bolt security for safer railways

    Bolt security is essential for optimum safety in all industries, particularly in the railway sector, where demands on rail lines and train components are under increasing pressure, as trains and railway networks become more sophisticated. “Bolt loosening anywhere on railway infrastructure and rolling stock can be costly, and even fatal, if a train is in motion. It is critical to ensure that the selected bolt securing product holds firmly, despite a train’s high-speed travel when carriages are under constant vibration and strain,” says component and equipment supplier BMG Nord-Lock Group fasteners division national product manager Wean Marais.

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    Association highlights third-party access benefits

    Local industry body the African Rail Industry Association (ARIA) CEO Mesela Nhlapo says structural changes, as a result of allowing third-party access to State-owned freight utility Transnet’s rail network, will provide a significant boost for the local economy. “Third-party access will enable private operators use of Transnet’s railway network to transport goods. This will also encourage them to increase their volume of goods moved through private access to the rail network.”

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    Association encourages use of zinc to boost rail

    International Zinc Association (IZA) Africa Desk head Simon Norton says there is significant opportunity right now to increase the use of refined zinc for hot dip galvanising of steel, with the steel used for new rail infrastructure projects in South Africa. “This would guarantee a long life for rail infrastructure and boost local industries such as galvanisers, steel fabricators and industrial painters, never mind the civil engineering industry.”

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    Product ensures bolt security for safer railways

    Bolt security is essential for optimum safety in all industries, particularly in the railway sector, where demands on rail lines and train components are under increasing pressure, as trains and railway networks become more sophisticated. “Bolt loosening anywhere on railway infrastructure and rolling stock can be costly, and even fatal, if a train is in motion. It is critical to ensure that the selected bolt securing product holds firmly, despite a train’s high-speed travel when carriages are under constant vibration and strain,” says component and equipment supplier BMG Nord-Lock Group fasteners division national product manager Wean Marais.

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