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    Benefits of quality-specified concrete being recognised

    Years of effort by the South African Readymix Association (Sarma) to spread awareness about the importance of quality-specified concrete are finally bearing fruit, as it is starting to reach local-government level, says Sarma director Johan van Wyk. Co…

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    Mobile connectivity growing in logistics facilities

    The prevalence of mobile connectivity in logistics facilities, such as warehouses and distribution centres, is expected to increase as traceability and control become automated and integral functions of supply chains, says information and communication technology company Ruckus Networks sub-Saharan Africa sales director Riaan Graham. “Logistics and distribution chains and warehouses are becoming more automated and seamless with less human intervention. WiFi and radio-frequency tags fit well into the growing need for mobility and ease of connectivity to provide visibility and facilitate data exchange throughout a distribution centre.”

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    PRASA War Room fully operational this month

    The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa, or PRASA’s, new war room became fully operational earlier this month, with Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula officiating its opening.

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    PRASA War Room fully operational this month

    The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa, or PRASA’s, new war room became fully operational earlier this month, with Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula officiating its opening.

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    AA to Mbalula: E-tolls collapsing, can’t be saved

    The Automobile Association (AA) has told Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula in an open letter that its research into road funding found “the current model for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project has failed, and will continue to fail” if it is pursued further. The association says it canvassed the views of Gauteng motorists who were being asked to pay the e-toll, which was put in place to pay for the nearly R18-billion improvements to freeways in South Africa’s richest province.

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    AA to Mbalula: E-tolls collapsing, can’t be saved

    The Automobile Association (AA) has told Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula in an open letter that its research into road funding found “the current model for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project has failed, and will continue to fail” if it is pursued further. The association says it canvassed the views of Gauteng motorists who were being asked to pay the e-toll, which was put in place to pay for the nearly R18-billion improvements to freeways in South Africa’s richest province.

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    Concern over opposition to Aarto

    The Chairperson of Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Transport on Tuesday expressed concern over continued opposition to the Administrative and Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act, saying such opposition was “misinformed”. Committee chair Mosebenzi Zwane said in a statement he had noted objections and concerns by various interest groups, subsequent to the signing of the Aarto Act.

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    Concern over opposition to Aarto

    The Chairperson of Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Transport on Tuesday expressed concern over continued opposition to the Administrative and Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act, saying such opposition was “misinformed”. Committee chair Mosebenzi Zwane said in a statement he had noted objections and concerns by various interest groups, subsequent to the signing of the Aarto Act.

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    KAP lifts full-year revenue, but profit tracks lower

    Diversified industrial company KAP Industrial Holdings has grown its revenue for the financial year ended June 30 by 12% year-on-year to R25.6-billion, but operating profit decreased by 13% to R2.5-billion. In a SENS announcement that contained extract…

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    KAP lifts full-year revenue, but profit tracks lower

    Diversified industrial company KAP Industrial Holdings has grown its revenue for the financial year ended June 30 by 12% year-on-year to R25.6-billion, but operating profit decreased by 13% to R2.5-billion. In a SENS announcement that contained extract…

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