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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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    Ubunye inaugurates modern rail components factory

    Rail components manufacturer Alstom Ubunye last month inaugurated its 80 000 m2 modernised factory, in Nigel, Gauteng. Marleny Arnoldi tells us more about the site.

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    Ubunye inaugurates modern rail components factory

    Rail components manufacturer Alstom Ubunye last month inaugurated its 80 000 m2 modernised factory, in Nigel, Gauteng. Marleny Arnoldi tells us more about the site.

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    Uganda revamps century-old rail network after China delays funding

    Uganda will begin refurbishing its century-old rail network this month to boost bulk cargo transportation, after failing to secure $2.2-billion in Chinese funding for a new standard gauge line, a senior rail official said on Wednesday. The rehabilitation will be carried out in phases over several years and cost at least €241-million, Charles Kateeba, MD of the state-run Uganda Railways Corporation, told Reuters.

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    Uganda revamps century-old rail network after China delays funding

    Uganda will begin refurbishing its century-old rail network this month to boost bulk cargo transportation, after failing to secure $2.2-billion in Chinese funding for a new standard gauge line, a senior rail official said on Wednesday. The rehabilitation will be carried out in phases over several years and cost at least €241-million, Charles Kateeba, MD of the state-run Uganda Railways Corporation, told Reuters.

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    Royal IHC offers bespoke solutions for African ports

    Innovative maritime equipment and services provider Royal IHC says Africa is developing at a challenging time, where the need for greater African economic integration is urgent. At the same time, China seeks growth in Africa and Russia and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development States are keen to participate in Africa’s rising economies.

    IHC commercial director for Africa Rajesan Naiker says it is also a critical period considering the due implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area agreement.

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    Royal IHC offers bespoke solutions for African ports

    Innovative maritime equipment and services provider Royal IHC says Africa is developing at a challenging time, where the need for greater African economic integration is urgent. At the same time, China seeks growth in Africa and Russia and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development States are keen to participate in Africa’s rising economies.

    IHC commercial director for Africa Rajesan Naiker says it is also a critical period considering the due implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area agreement.

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    Transport union disputes PRASA’s war room ‘success’ after Mbalula announcement

    Members of the United National Transport Union (UNTU) have disputed the statistics and successes announced by Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula regarding the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s (PRASA) war room on Monday. The war room was launched …

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    Transport union disputes PRASA’s war room ‘success’ after Mbalula announcement

    Members of the United National Transport Union (UNTU) have disputed the statistics and successes announced by Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula regarding the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s (PRASA) war room on Monday. The war room was launched …

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    Mbalula on mission to modernise PRASA amid commuter dissatisfaction

    Amid high levels of train commuter dissatisfaction, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says his intervention mechanism, the war room, has made good progress to turn this around. The war room was established to monitor progress and implement solutions on…

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