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    Buses, trains shunned in favour of cars, taxis, reveals Gauteng travel survey

    Low capacity transport modes, such as minibus taxis and private cars, have become the backbone of the transport network in the Gauteng province, as opposed to high-capacity modes, such as rail and buses. This is one of the main findings of the 2019/20 Gauteng Household Transport Survey (GHTS), conducted by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), on behalf of the Gauteng government – and directly opposed to the vision set out in the province’s 25-year Integrated Transport Management Plan, which views rail as the backbone of the province’s transport network.

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    Airlink announces agreement with Qatar Airways and new route to Mozambique

    South African private-sector airline Airlink has signed an interline agreement with major intercontinental airline Qatar Airways. This will establish seamless connectivity between the two carriers, giving Airlink customers access to Qatar’s global network and Qatar’s passengers access to Airlink’s South and Southern Africa network of more than 45 destinations. Currently, Qatar is operating more than 650 flights a week to more than 90 destinations. “We are proud and excited about our new …

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    Airlink announces agreement with Qatar Airways and new route to Mozambique

    South African private-sector airline Airlink has signed an interline agreement with major intercontinental airline Qatar Airways. This will establish seamless connectivity between the two carriers, giving Airlink customers access to Qatar’s global network and Qatar’s passengers access to Airlink’s South and Southern Africa network of more than 45 destinations. Currently, Qatar is operating more than 650 flights a week to more than 90 destinations. “We are proud and excited about our new …

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    Gautrain, Numsa settle wage dispute

    Gautrain and the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) have signed a wage proposal made by the Bombela Operating Company (BOC), who manages the Gautrain, effectively ending the strike that started on October 5. The standard Gautrain tr…

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    Gautrain, Numsa settle wage dispute

    Gautrain and the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) have signed a wage proposal made by the Bombela Operating Company (BOC), who manages the Gautrain, effectively ending the strike that started on October 5. The standard Gautrain tr…

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    Academia, industry must be involved for railway concessions to be successful, says NMU associate

    The ensure the success of railway concessions, Nelson Mandela University Infrastructure Development and Engagement Unit (ID&EU) associate Bongani Mankewu says government “must fathom the significant role to be played by academia and the industry”. He explains that the inception of concessioning in African countries could lead to improved rail services and relieve governments of costly subsidies to State-owned rail companies.

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    Academia, industry must be involved for railway concessions to be successful, says NMU associate

    The ensure the success of railway concessions, Nelson Mandela University Infrastructure Development and Engagement Unit (ID&EU) associate Bongani Mankewu says government “must fathom the significant role to be played by academia and the industry”. He explains that the inception of concessioning in African countries could lead to improved rail services and relieve governments of costly subsidies to State-owned rail companies.

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    Airlink restores aerial connectivity between South Africa and Zambia

    South African private sector airline Airlink has resumed scheduled air services between Johannesburg and the Zambian cities of Lusaka and Ndola. This marks the aerial reconnection of the two countries, following lockdowns caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.  The flights between Johannesburg and the Zambian capital of Lusaka operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, in both directions. The flights between Johannesburg and Ndola, the centre for the Zambian mining industry (and the capital of Copperbelt province), operate on Wednesdays and Fridays, again both ways.

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    Airlink restores aerial connectivity between South Africa and Zambia

    South African private sector airline Airlink has resumed scheduled air services between Johannesburg and the Zambian cities of Lusaka and Ndola. This marks the aerial reconnection of the two countries, following lockdowns caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.  The flights between Johannesburg and the Zambian capital of Lusaka operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, in both directions. The flights between Johannesburg and Ndola, the centre for the Zambian mining industry (and the capital of Copperbelt province), operate on Wednesdays and Fridays, again both ways.

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    Cartrack reports profit growth, despite Covid-19 disrupting its growth ambitions

    Covid-19 was like getting a puncture when you are driving really fast on the highway, says Cartrack CEO Zak Calisto. “We were ready to grow in the 2021 financial year, and we still got growth, but not quite what we anticipated, or what we had planned for, but our economies of scale allowed us to keep our margins.”

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