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    Next phase of taxi recapitalisation gets under way

    The revised taxi recapitalisation programme to remove the remaining 63 241 unroadworthy or noncompliant taxis from South Africa’s roads was launched by Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula, in Elandsfontein, Ekurhuleni, on Friday. The initial taxi recapitalisation programme, which was launched in 2001, had been aimed at getting 135 894 unroadworthy and illegal taxis off the roads and to provide capital for owners to replace the vehicles and continue to provide public transport services.

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    Next phase of taxi recapitalisation gets under way

    The revised taxi recapitalisation programme to remove the remaining 63 241 unroadworthy or noncompliant taxis from South Africa’s roads was launched by Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula, in Elandsfontein, Ekurhuleni, on Friday. The initial taxi recapitalisation programme, which was launched in 2001, had been aimed at getting 135 894 unroadworthy and illegal taxis off the roads and to provide capital for owners to replace the vehicles and continue to provide public transport services.

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    SAA announces interim measures to maintain Johannesburg-Blantyre route

    South African Airways (SAA) announced on Friday that the continued closure of the main runway at the Chileka International Airport at Blantyre, Malawi, had forced it to make alternative flight arrangements for passengers travelling between Johannesburg and Blantyre. Chileka’s main runway has been closed for upgrade and maintenance work since late April.

    The airport authorities in Malawi recently informed SAA that this work would take significantly longer than originally hoped. The main runway would have to stay closed until October 31. Chileka’s secondary, or auxiliary, runway remains open and operational, but SAA aircraft cannot use it.

    “SAA customers will therefore travel between Johannesburg and Lilongwe [Malawi] on SAA operated aircraft and further travel between Lilongwe and Blantyre on Ethiopian Airlines, for the period 31 August 2019 until 31 October 2019,” explained SAA Spokesperson Tlali Tlali. “This is an interim travel plan intended to avoid any service disruptions.”

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    SAA announces interim measures to maintain Johannesburg-Blantyre route

    South African Airways (SAA) announced on Friday that the continued closure of the main runway at the Chileka International Airport at Blantyre, Malawi, had forced it to make alternative flight arrangements for passengers travelling between Johannesburg and Blantyre. Chileka’s main runway has been closed for upgrade and maintenance work since late April.

    The airport authorities in Malawi recently informed SAA that this work would take significantly longer than originally hoped. The main runway would have to stay closed until October 31. Chileka’s secondary, or auxiliary, runway remains open and operational, but SAA aircraft cannot use it.

    “SAA customers will therefore travel between Johannesburg and Lilongwe [Malawi] on SAA operated aircraft and further travel between Lilongwe and Blantyre on Ethiopian Airlines, for the period 31 August 2019 until 31 October 2019,” explained SAA Spokesperson Tlali Tlali. “This is an interim travel plan intended to avoid any service disruptions.”

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    Grindrod sells marine fuels, agri investments to prioritise corridor strategy

    JSE-listed freight and logistics company Grindrod has decided to dispose of its marine fuels business and its agricultural investments to focus its efforts on core operations.

    CE Andrew Waller on Friday said he expects the sale of these assets to be …

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    Grindrod sells marine fuels, agri investments to prioritise corridor strategy

    JSE-listed freight and logistics company Grindrod has decided to dispose of its marine fuels business and its agricultural investments to focus its efforts on core operations.

    CE Andrew Waller on Friday said he expects the sale of these assets to be …

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    FAA says it will invite global Boeing 737 MAX pilots to simulator tests

    The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Thursday it would invite Boeing 737 MAX pilots from across the world to participate in simulator tests as part of the process to recertify the aircraft for flight following two fatal crashes. Earlier…

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    FAA says it will invite global Boeing 737 MAX pilots to simulator tests

    The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Thursday it would invite Boeing 737 MAX pilots from across the world to participate in simulator tests as part of the process to recertify the aircraft for flight following two fatal crashes. Earlier…

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    Sarma accreditation mitigates lack of concrete laws

    Accreditation as a South African Readymix Association (Sarma) member can mitigate many of the challenges associated with the lack of laws and specification governing the production of quality concrete, says Sarma director Johan van Wyk. “It’s significant to get accreditation because there is no law. The Sarma member that gets accreditation is a company that wants to follow the rules and be held to a standard.”

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    Event creates platform for transport service providers

    Automotive corporation and Southern African Bus Operators Association (Saboa) member Daimler Trucks and Buses Southern Africa (DTBSA) exhibited and displayed its retail marketing campaign at the Saboa Conference and Exhibition that was held on July 31 …

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