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    Etolls decision must benefit Sanral and South Africans, says Zwane

    Weighing in on the etoll saga in Gauteng, chairperson of the portfolio committee on Transport Mosebenzi Zwane said on Friday in a statement that they hoped the ministerial intervention would resolve the current impasse “and not fuel further tensions between road users and Sanral”. “The pending ministerial announcement on the future of etolls, needed to take to heart the interest of South Africans as well as the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral), the chairperson said.

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    Etolls decision must benefit Sanral and South Africans, says Zwane

    Weighing in on the etoll saga in Gauteng, chairperson of the portfolio committee on Transport Mosebenzi Zwane said on Friday in a statement that they hoped the ministerial intervention would resolve the current impasse “and not fuel further tensions between road users and Sanral”. “The pending ministerial announcement on the future of etolls, needed to take to heart the interest of South Africans as well as the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral), the chairperson said.

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    IFC-backed Uber of trucks reshapes Nigeria’s haulage market

    An Uber-like app for trucks is making it easier and cheaper for firms to move goods in Africa’s most populous nation. Freight logistics startup, Kobo360 is using technology to connect cargo and truck owners with drivers and customers. Logistic managers can now schedule and monitor trips from the comfort of their offices, Kobo360 CEO Obi Ozor said in an interview in Lagos.

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    IFC-backed Uber of trucks reshapes Nigeria’s haulage market

    An Uber-like app for trucks is making it easier and cheaper for firms to move goods in Africa’s most populous nation. Freight logistics startup, Kobo360 is using technology to connect cargo and truck owners with drivers and customers. Logistic managers can now schedule and monitor trips from the comfort of their offices, Kobo360 CEO Obi Ozor said in an interview in Lagos.

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    Ramaphosa asks for probe into PRASA

    President Cyril Ramaphosa has referred allegations of maladministration at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa to the state’s Special Investigating Unit. The SIU is mandated to probe allegations of improper or unlawful conduct by employees, unlawful appropriation or expenditure of public money, irregular procurement and more, according to a notice published on the government gazette website on Friday. The SIU has been asked to investigate Prasa’s activities from at least as far back as 2010.

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    Ramaphosa asks for probe into PRASA

    President Cyril Ramaphosa has referred allegations of maladministration at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa to the state’s Special Investigating Unit. The SIU is mandated to probe allegations of improper or unlawful conduct by employees, unlawful appropriation or expenditure of public money, irregular procurement and more, according to a notice published on the government gazette website on Friday. The SIU has been asked to investigate Prasa’s activities from at least as far back as 2010.

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    Ramaphosa asks for probe into PRASA

    President Cyril Ramaphosa has referred allegations of maladministration at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa to the state’s Special Investigating Unit. The SIU is mandated to probe allegations of improper or unlawful conduct by employees, unlawful appropriation or expenditure of public money, irregular procurement and more, according to a notice published on the government gazette website on Friday. The SIU has been asked to investigate Prasa’s activities from at least as far back as 2010.

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    Pay up or remain grounded, ACSA tells SA Express

    Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) on Thursday confirmed it had suspended state-owned airline SA Express from landing and taking off from its runways as a result of non-payment of airport fees accrued over a period of time. ACSA said in a statement that confidentiality prevented it from disclosing exactly how much SA Express owed it, but said its executives had for several months been meeting with the airline’s executives to get them to settle the outstanding payment for passenger service charges, landing and parking fees.

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    Pay up or remain grounded, ACSA tells SA Express

    Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) on Thursday confirmed it had suspended state-owned airline SA Express from landing and taking off from its runways as a result of non-payment of airport fees accrued over a period of time. ACSA said in a statement that confidentiality prevented it from disclosing exactly how much SA Express owed it, but said its executives had for several months been meeting with the airline’s executives to get them to settle the outstanding payment for passenger service charges, landing and parking fees.

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    Pay up or remain grounded, ACSA tells SA Express

    Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) on Thursday confirmed it had suspended state-owned airline SA Express from landing and taking off from its runways as a result of non-payment of airport fees accrued over a period of time. ACSA said in a statement that confidentiality prevented it from disclosing exactly how much SA Express owed it, but said its executives had for several months been meeting with the airline’s executives to get them to settle the outstanding payment for passenger service charges, landing and parking fees.

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