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    Global airline body calls on African Governments to cooperate with it

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has highlighted the benefits to Africa brought by cooperation between it and the Governments across the continent. The aim was to facilitate air connectivity across Africa that is efficient, safe and sustainable. In turn, this would ensure the maximum beneficial socioeconomic impact of aviation across the continent.

    “African aviation supports $55.8-billion of economic activity and 6.2-million jobs,” highlighted IATA Director General and CEO Alexandre de Juniac at the 50th Annual General Assembly of the African Airline Association in Morocco. “To enable aviation to be an even bigger driver of prosperity across the continent, we must work closely with Governments.”

    The safety of African aviation has clearly improved. “Africa has had no jet hull losses for two years running and is two years free of any fatalities on any aircraft type, it’s clear that progress is being made,” he said.

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    Sanral develops new app

    The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has developed a new app that enables commuters to check and top-up the balances on their electronic toll accounts in real time.   “This app helps to make travelling on the Sanral road network easier and more comfortable and adds value for our account holders,” says Sanral communications manager Vusi Mona. Sanral states that the app, which can be downloaded on all Android and iOS devices, also provides information about weather conditions, traffic congestion and incidents on the road.

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    Sanral develops new app

    The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has developed a new app that enables commuters to check and top-up the balances on their electronic toll accounts in real time.   “This app helps to make travelling on the Sanral road network easier and more comfortable and adds value for our account holders,” says Sanral communications manager Vusi Mona. Sanral states that the app, which can be downloaded on all Android and iOS devices, also provides information about weather conditions, traffic congestion and incidents on the road.

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    Transnet halts Durban port berths project over tender probe

    Transnet said on Friday it would stop a R7-billion ($505-million) project to deepen berths at Africa’s biggest container terminal in the port city of Durban until a dispute over the awarding of a contract is resolved. Transnet, which operates nearly th…

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    Transnet halts Durban port berths project over tender probe

    Transnet said on Friday it would stop a R7-billion ($505-million) project to deepen berths at Africa’s biggest container terminal in the port city of Durban until a dispute over the awarding of a contract is resolved. Transnet, which operates nearly th…

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    Ethiopian Airlines steps up hunt for African connections

    Ethiopian Airlines is accelerating its strategy of weaving a patchwork of new African routes to soak up traffic on the continent and fly customers towards its more lucrative flights to rapidly expanding Asian markets. With a long-delayed African “open skies” revolution still mired in red tape, Ethiopian has been snapping up stakes in small carriers around the continent to pre-empt potential rivals and become the dominant Pan-African airline.

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    Ethiopian Airlines steps up hunt for African connections

    Ethiopian Airlines is accelerating its strategy of weaving a patchwork of new African routes to soak up traffic on the continent and fly customers towards its more lucrative flights to rapidly expanding Asian markets. With a long-delayed African “open skies” revolution still mired in red tape, Ethiopian has been snapping up stakes in small carriers around the continent to pre-empt potential rivals and become the dominant Pan-African airline.

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    Solid relations between India and South Africa good for bilateral trade and investment

    South Africa and Indian already have a solid framework for strong relations, not least in the areas of trade and investment, Indian High Commissioner to South Africa (Ms) Ruchira Kamboj tells “Engineering News”. “India and South Africa are old friends  and historical partners,” she highlights. “Don’t forget we are Brics [Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa alignment] countries, members of IBSA [India, Brazil, South Africa], and we are both members of the Commonwealth. And we are both countries of the Global South.”

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    Solid relations between India and South Africa good for bilateral trade and investment

    South Africa and Indian already have a solid framework for strong relations, not least in the areas of trade and investment, Indian High Commissioner to South Africa (Ms) Ruchira Kamboj tells “Engineering News”. “India and South Africa are old friends  and historical partners,” she highlights. “Don’t forget we are Brics [Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa alignment] countries, members of IBSA [India, Brazil, South Africa], and we are both members of the Commonwealth. And we are both countries of the Global South.”

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    Siyabonga Gama loses court bid to interdict dismissal as Transnet CEO

    Former Transnet chief executive Siyabonga Gama on Thursday lost his Labour Court application to have his dismissal by the board of the state-owned freight and rail company set aside, and was ordered to pay the costs for Transnet, including two of its lawyers.   Labour Court judge Connie Prinsloo said that Gama dismally failed to satisfy even the requirements for the contempt application and the interdict he sought. Prinsloo said that this was the second time that Gama had dragged Transnet to court on extremely short notice and at great cost, when he should rather be resolving his contractual dispute at arbitration. 

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