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    Rail offers potential for Africa

    The growing population in Africa, coupled with the rise of urbanisation, will require additional transport capacity, and rail has a significant role to play in this, said Products Projects Consulting for Trains MD Wolfram Schwab. He was speaking during rolling stock manufacturing and servicing company TMH Africa’s ‘Transport Month’ webinar, held on October 28.

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    Rail offers potential for Africa

    The growing population in Africa, coupled with the rise of urbanisation, will require additional transport capacity, and rail has a significant role to play in this, said Products Projects Consulting for Trains MD Wolfram Schwab. He was speaking during rolling stock manufacturing and servicing company TMH Africa’s ‘Transport Month’ webinar, held on October 28.

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    World airline and weather bodies agree to increase data collection cooperation

    The International Air Transport Association (Iata) – the representative body of the global airline industry – and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) have signed an agreement to expand automated meteorological data reporting by commercial aircraft. Currently, some 40 airlines and several thousand airliners and freighter aircraft participate in the WMO’s Aircraft Meteorological Data Relay (Amdar) system.  Amdar provides the WMO with coverage of areas where there are few other meteorological data sources. The new Iata/WMO agreement is expected to significantly increase the number of airlines participating in the programme.

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    World airline and weather bodies agree to increase data collection cooperation

    The International Air Transport Association (Iata) – the representative body of the global airline industry – and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) have signed an agreement to expand automated meteorological data reporting by commercial aircraft. Currently, some 40 airlines and several thousand airliners and freighter aircraft participate in the WMO’s Aircraft Meteorological Data Relay (Amdar) system.  Amdar provides the WMO with coverage of areas where there are few other meteorological data sources. The new Iata/WMO agreement is expected to significantly increase the number of airlines participating in the programme.

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    PRASA appoints acting CEO

    The newly appointed board of control of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) held its first meeting on October 27 and appointed group executive for human capital management Thandeka Mabija acting CEO with immediate effect. She is expected …

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    PRASA appoints acting CEO

    The newly appointed board of control of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) held its first meeting on October 27 and appointed group executive for human capital management Thandeka Mabija acting CEO with immediate effect. She is expected …

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    ACSA reports solid 2019/20 results but warns of Covid-19 impacts going forward

    The State-owned Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) published its results for the 2019/2020 financial year on Tuesday. ACSA owns and operates nine South African airports, including Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International, Cape Town International, and Durban’s King Shaka International. It is also a member of the consortia that run Guarulhos (São Paulo) International Airport in Brazil and Chhatrapati Shivaji (Mumbai) International Airport in India.  Unlike many other State-owned companies, since it was set up 26 years ago, ACSA has (except for one year) been, and remains, profitable and well run. Its financial year runs from April 1 to March 31, and the just published results cover the financial year that ended on March 31 this year. South Africa’s national lockdown against the Covid-19 pandemic commenced on March 27. However, other countries instituted travel bans and lockdowns earlier. 

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    ACSA reports solid 2019/20 results but warns of Covid-19 impacts going forward

    The State-owned Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) published its results for the 2019/2020 financial year on Tuesday. ACSA owns and operates nine South African airports, including Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International, Cape Town International, and Durban’s King Shaka International. It is also a member of the consortia that run Guarulhos (São Paulo) International Airport in Brazil and Chhatrapati Shivaji (Mumbai) International Airport in India.  Unlike many other State-owned companies, since it was set up 26 years ago, ACSA has (except for one year) been, and remains, profitable and well run. Its financial year runs from April 1 to March 31, and the just published results cover the financial year that ended on March 31 this year. South Africa’s national lockdown against the Covid-19 pandemic commenced on March 27. However, other countries instituted travel bans and lockdowns earlier. 

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    Smart mobility plan launched to improve Gauteng transport by 2030

    The Gauteng MEC for Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure Jacob Mamabolo on October 27 launched the province’s Smart Mobility 2030 Plan, which is a roadmap aimed at addressing the province’s transport challenges.

    He pointed out that the two biggest challenges in the province are congestion and inefficiency in moving goods.

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    Smart mobility plan launched to improve Gauteng transport by 2030

    The Gauteng MEC for Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure Jacob Mamabolo on October 27 launched the province’s Smart Mobility 2030 Plan, which is a roadmap aimed at addressing the province’s transport challenges.

    He pointed out that the two biggest challenges in the province are congestion and inefficiency in moving goods.

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