Corporate Affairs

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    Super Group increases revenue with marginal profit boost

    Reflecting strong sales performances in its supply chain businesses in Europe and its dealerships in the UK, JSE-listed transport logistics and mobility group Super Group’s revenue increased by 5.8% to R20-billion for the six months ended December 31, 2020. The group’s operating profit increased marginally by 0.5%, to R1.23-billion.

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    Super Group increases revenue with marginal profit boost

    Reflecting strong sales performances in its supply chain businesses in Europe and its dealerships in the UK, JSE-listed transport logistics and mobility group Super Group’s revenue increased by 5.8% to R20-billion for the six months ended December 31, 2020. The group’s operating profit increased marginally by 0.5%, to R1.23-billion.

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    Comair to restart flights between Johannesburg and Harare

    South African private sector airline group Comair announced on Monday that its British Airways brand would resume daily flights between Johannesburg and Harare in Zimbabwe on March 28. Comair operates the British Airways in Southern Africa and Kulula low cost carrier brands. Customers can start booking seats on the restored flights immediately. “We are delighted to reopen bookings for our services to Harare as part of the gradual ramp-up to our schedule,” enthused British Airways (operated by Comair) executive head of revenue management Desmond O’Connor. “These flights will offer more choice for those customers who would like to fly to the regional destination from South Africa.”

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    Comair to restart flights between Johannesburg and Harare

    South African private sector airline group Comair announced on Monday that its British Airways brand would resume daily flights between Johannesburg and Harare in Zimbabwe on March 28. Comair operates the British Airways in Southern Africa and Kulula low cost carrier brands. Customers can start booking seats on the restored flights immediately. “We are delighted to reopen bookings for our services to Harare as part of the gradual ramp-up to our schedule,” enthused British Airways (operated by Comair) executive head of revenue management Desmond O’Connor. “These flights will offer more choice for those customers who would like to fly to the regional destination from South Africa.”

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    National road toll tariffs to increase March 1

    The Department of Transport has announced new toll tariffs for South Africa’s national roads following Minister Fikile Mbalula’s approval and recommendation by the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral).

    The adjustments are done yearly, in line with the consumer price index (CPI) as obtained from Statistics South Africa, with the latest having been gazetted on February 11 and coming into effect as of March 1.

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    National road toll tariffs to increase March 1

    The Department of Transport has announced new toll tariffs for South Africa’s national roads following Minister Fikile Mbalula’s approval and recommendation by the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral).

    The adjustments are done yearly, in line with the consumer price index (CPI) as obtained from Statistics South Africa, with the latest having been gazetted on February 11 and coming into effect as of March 1.

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    Air Côte d’Ivoire takes delivery of its first A320neo

    The national flag carrier of the West African country of Côte d’Ivoire, Air Côte d’Ivoire, has become the first airline in the region to operate the Airbus A320neo (‘neo’ standing for new engine option). Airbus announced the delivery of the operator’s first example of the type on Thursday.  The Ivorian airline already operates six Airbus jets, composed of three A319s and three A320s, in its total fleet of ten aircraft. The other four airliners are reportedly De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400 turboprops. The airline serves 25 domestic and regional (West and Central African) destinations.

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    Air Côte d’Ivoire takes delivery of its first A320neo

    The national flag carrier of the West African country of Côte d’Ivoire, Air Côte d’Ivoire, has become the first airline in the region to operate the Airbus A320neo (‘neo’ standing for new engine option). Airbus announced the delivery of the operator’s first example of the type on Thursday.  The Ivorian airline already operates six Airbus jets, composed of three A319s and three A320s, in its total fleet of ten aircraft. The other four airliners are reportedly De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400 turboprops. The airline serves 25 domestic and regional (West and Central African) destinations.

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    Sanral to invest R500m in Buffalo City road project

    The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) is investing an estimated R500-million in a road infrastructure project in the Buffalo City metropolitan municipality, in the Eastern Cape. The contract will involve the improvement of the N2 national road from Green River to Buffalo River Bridge.

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    Covid-19-induced ridership decline forces cancellation of Gautrain rolling stock tenders

    The Gautrain Management Agency (GMA) and the Bombela concessionaire have cancelled two tenders related to the procurement of around five pre-owned trains from the UK, says GMA CEO William Dachs. The tenders were first issued in 2019.

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