Corporate Affairs

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    TRAC intervenes to alleviate truck backlog between Komatipoort, Lebombo border post

    Toll route manager Trans African Concessions (TRAC) has expressed concern about a truck backlog between the Komati Load Control Centre and the Lebombo Border Post over the past few weeks.

    The backlog is negatively impacting on the N4 toll route.

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    TRAC intervenes to alleviate truck backlog between Komatipoort, Lebombo border post

    Toll route manager Trans African Concessions (TRAC) has expressed concern about a truck backlog between the Komati Load Control Centre and the Lebombo Border Post over the past few weeks.

    The backlog is negatively impacting on the N4 toll route.

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    Gautrain resumes full train service after power outage left morning commuters stranded

    Commuter service Gautrain resumed full services on Friday after hundreds of passengers were earlier left stranded when a power outage forced trains to stop running halfway between Johannesburg and Pretoria and on the route between the Sandton district and OR Tambo International Airport. “We are pleased to advise that power has been restored and the train service is now fully operational. We apologise for the inconvenience caused by the service disruption this morning,” Gautrain said in mobile text message to customers.

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    Gautrain resumes full train service after power outage left morning commuters stranded

    Commuter service Gautrain resumed full services on Friday after hundreds of passengers were earlier left stranded when a power outage forced trains to stop running halfway between Johannesburg and Pretoria and on the route between the Sandton district and OR Tambo International Airport. “We are pleased to advise that power has been restored and the train service is now fully operational. We apologise for the inconvenience caused by the service disruption this morning,” Gautrain said in mobile text message to customers.

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    Commuters stranded after Eskom powercuts derail Gautrain service

    Hundreds of passengers were stranded on Friday morning after commuter service Gautrain failed to run trains along part of its route between Johannesburg and Pretoria and on the entire route between the wealthy Sandton district and OR Tambo International Airport. “Due to a power outage, there is no train service between Midrand and Park stations and no trains from Sandton to OR Tambo. We urge passengers to make alternate transport arrangements until further notice,” Gautrain said in mobile text message to customers.

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    Durban port welcomes first vessel on new Miax service

    Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) and Transnet Ports Terminals (TPT), through the Port of Durban, this week welcomed the first vessel to arrive at the port on the new Middle East–India–Africa Express (Miax) service, which was recently introduced by Hapag-Lloyd and its alliance partner, Ocean Network Express (ONE). The container vessel MV New Jersey Trader was welcomed into port on November 5 with a ceremonial tug spray and plaque exchange.

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    Durban port welcomes first vessel on new Miax service

    Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) and Transnet Ports Terminals (TPT), through the Port of Durban, this week welcomed the first vessel to arrive at the port on the new Middle East–India–Africa Express (Miax) service, which was recently introduced by Hapag-Lloyd and its alliance partner, Ocean Network Express (ONE). The container vessel MV New Jersey Trader was welcomed into port on November 5 with a ceremonial tug spray and plaque exchange.

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    Blockchain entering third phase of its evolution

    New blockchain solutions, including the IBM Blockchain platforms  on which users can build their own blockchain applications (apps), are allowing for quick development and ease of use to provide traceability and consensus systems for a range of industries, says information technology multinational IBM South Africa Blockchain Lead  Gerhard Dinhof. Blockchain has moved beyond the proof-of-concept phase into adoption of the technology, especially in the financial services sector.

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    While some local aerospace sectors are thriving, others are in a rough patch

    The South African aerospace industry embraces the public and private sectors. It includes manufacturers; maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) service providers; and research and development (R&D) institutions. It covers general, commercial and defence aviation (including manned and unmanned aircraft and guided missiles.) And it does indeed also embrace “space” – the local design and assembly of small spacecraft and key systems for such spacecraft. The South African aerospace industry is larger and much more diverse than is popularly realised. And this is excluding all the key infrastructure providers (Air Traffic and Navigation Services, Airports Company South Africa, and other airport and airfield owners and operators) as well as the specialised ground service providers such as refuellers, caterers, and so on.

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    Blockchain entering third phase of its evolution

    New blockchain solutions, including the IBM Blockchain platforms  on which users can build their own blockchain applications (apps), are allowing for quick development and ease of use to provide traceability and consensus systems for a range of industries, says information technology multinational IBM South Africa Blockchain Lead  Gerhard Dinhof. Blockchain has moved beyond the proof-of-concept phase into adoption of the technology, especially in the financial services sector.

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