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    Industrial investment will flow if South Africa ‘consistently’ builds 1.6 GW of wind yearly

    Leading wind-energy project developers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are convinced that South Africa’s plan to install 1.6 GW of new wind capacity yearly until 2030 is more than sufficient to attract large-scale industrial investment. These captains of industry warn, however, that the country will need to back-up the policy certainty currently being provided by the Integrated Resource Plan 2019 (IRP2019) with consistent implementation.

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    Industrial investment will flow if South Africa ‘consistently’ builds 1.6 GW of wind yearly

    Leading wind-energy project developers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are convinced that South Africa’s plan to install 1.6 GW of new wind capacity yearly until 2030 is more than sufficient to attract large-scale industrial investment. These captains of industry warn, however, that the country will need to back-up the policy certainty currently being provided by the Integrated Resource Plan 2019 (IRP2019) with consistent implementation.

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    SAA chairperson resigns ahead of possible bailout announcement from Mboweni

    Finance Minister Tito Mboweni is expected to announce some funding to get SAA off the ground again. The chair of the board of South African Airways, Thandeka Mgoduso, has resigned after having been in the position for about a year. Her resignation come…

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    SAA chairperson resigns ahead of possible bailout announcement from Mboweni

    Finance Minister Tito Mboweni is expected to announce some funding to get SAA off the ground again. The chair of the board of South African Airways, Thandeka Mgoduso, has resigned after having been in the position for about a year. Her resignation come…

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    Sanral’s new N2 Wild Coast road to create up to 7 000 jobs

    Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says up to 7 000 project-related jobs will be created during the construction of the new N2 Wild Coast road. A further 29 000 permanent direct and indirect jobs may also be created during the service period of the road once it is opened.

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    Sanral’s new N2 Wild Coast road to create up to 7 000 jobs

    Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says up to 7 000 project-related jobs will be created during the construction of the new N2 Wild Coast road. A further 29 000 permanent direct and indirect jobs may also be created during the service period of the road once it is opened.

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    Sanral’s new N2 Wild Coast Road to create up to 7 000 jobs

    Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says up to 7 000 project-related jobs will be created during the construction of the new N2 Wild Coast road. A further 29 000 permanent direct and indirect jobs may also be created during the service period of the road once it is opened.

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    Local airline Airlink announces change of its official name

    South African private sector airline Airlink has announced that it has formally changed its name – to Airlink. Although the airline has been publicly using the name Airlink for some months now, its official, legal, name was SA Airlink. Now its official name is the same as its public name. This step was taken to emphasise that the carrier is a totally independent airline For 23 years, Airlink had had a franchise agreement with State-owned national flag carrier South African Airways (SAA). That was ended earlier this year and Airlink started operating and issuing tickets under its own 4Z code (whereas previously it had used SAA’s SA code) and its tickets are no longer sold via the SAA website but through its own flyairlink website. Airlink has subsequently entered into interline agreements with a number of major global airlines, namely Air France, British Airways, Emirates, KLM, Qatar Airways and United.

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    Local airline Airlink announces change of its official name

    South African private sector airline Airlink has announced that it has formally changed its name – to Airlink. Although the airline has been publicly using the name Airlink for some months now, its official, legal, name was SA Airlink. Now its official name is the same as its public name. This step was taken to emphasise that the carrier is a totally independent airline For 23 years, Airlink had had a franchise agreement with State-owned national flag carrier South African Airways (SAA). That was ended earlier this year and Airlink started operating and issuing tickets under its own 4Z code (whereas previously it had used SAA’s SA code) and its tickets are no longer sold via the SAA website but through its own flyairlink website. Airlink has subsequently entered into interline agreements with a number of major global airlines, namely Air France, British Airways, Emirates, KLM, Qatar Airways and United.

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    Traxtion to invest billions in rail infrastructure development over next five years

    Rail services and solutions provider Traxtion Group intends to embark on a significant investment programme within South Africa’s rail sector, which will, at first, see an initial locomotive and wagon build programme of R1.5-billion upon conclusion of the appropriate access rights with State-owned rail entity Transnet. Traxtion plans to invest a further R14-billion to R17-billion in locomotives and wagons over the next five years as part of carefully selected scaled rolling procurement programme.

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