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    TFR’s agriculture, bulk liquids unit shut for planned maintenance

    State-owned Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) on Tuesday started the planned maintenance shutdown of its agriculture and bulk liquids (ABL) business unit. The shutdown will be concluded on October 28 and will affect the rail network from East London to Cathc…

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    TFR’s agriculture, bulk liquids unit shut for planned maintenance

    State-owned Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) on Tuesday started the planned maintenance shutdown of its agriculture and bulk liquids (ABL) business unit. The shutdown will be concluded on October 28 and will affect the rail network from East London to Cathc…

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    Grounding of Comair, SAA planes not a crisis, says Mbalula

    Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula, addressing the media at Parliament in Cape Town during a briefing on Tuesday afternoon said the flight cancellation and delay chaos at South African airports was expected to return to normal by the end of the week – following a noncompliance issue during a South African Airways Technical (SAAT) audit that grounded some Comair and South African Airways (SAA) planes.  Travellers woke up on Tuesday morning to the alert that they should expect delays if they were travelling with kulula.com, British Airways operated by Comair, SAA and Mango, as a result of the irregularities found by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) during routine safety checks.

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    Grounding of Comair, SAA planes not a crisis, says Mbalula

    Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula, addressing the media at Parliament in Cape Town during a briefing on Tuesday afternoon said the flight cancellation and delay chaos at South African airports was expected to return to normal by the end of the week – following a noncompliance issue during a South African Airways Technical (SAAT) audit that grounded some Comair and South African Airways (SAA) planes.  Travellers woke up on Tuesday morning to the alert that they should expect delays if they were travelling with kulula.com, British Airways operated by Comair, SAA and Mango, as a result of the irregularities found by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) during routine safety checks.

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    Regulator grounds aircraft of two airlines after finding irregularities at SAA Technical

    The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) has found irregularities during a recent oversight inspection, or audit, of South African Airways Technical (SAAT). SAAT is the maintenance, repair and overhaul subsidiary of the State-owned South Afri…

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    Regulator grounds aircraft of two airlines after finding irregularities at SAA Technical

    The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) has found irregularities during a recent oversight inspection, or audit, of South African Airways Technical (SAAT). SAAT is the maintenance, repair and overhaul subsidiary of the State-owned South Afri…

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    Regulator grounds aircraft of two airlines after finding irregularities at SAA Technical

    The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) has found irregularities during a recent oversight inspection, or audit, of South African Airways Technical (SAAT). SAAT is the maintenance, repair and overhaul subsidiary of the State-owned South Afri…

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    First cruise vessel of the season docks in Cape Town

    South Africa has welcomed the first cruise vessel for the 2019/20 cruise season.

    The MS Albatros, operated by Phoenix Reisen, docked at the Port of Cape Town on Monday, welcoming thousands of passengers to the country’s shores.

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    First cruise vessel of the season docks in Cape Town

    South Africa has welcomed the first cruise vessel for the 2019/20 cruise season.

    The MS Albatros, operated by Phoenix Reisen, docked at the Port of Cape Town on Monday, welcoming thousands of passengers to the country’s shores.

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    Traxtion supports opening up South Africa’s rail network to private operators

    Opening South Africa’s core railway network to private operators will stimulate economic growth in the country, Traxtion CEO James Holley tells Engineering News Online. He says the company fully supports government’s proposal, as outlined in a National Treasury economic growth discussion document and the draft White Paper on National Rail Policy, to introduce private operators into South Africa’s mainline rail network through changing the current regulatory framework.

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