Corporate Affairs

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    Transnet launches carbon calculator app

    State-owned Transnet has developed a new app that allows users to calculate their carbon emissions savings when they elect to move their freight on rail instead of by road. The carbon calculator app would also enable corporate reporting on transport ca…

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    Court asked to terminate eNatis contract immediately

    The Department of Transport has resorted to the High Court in Pretoria in a bid to enforce an order to terminate immediately a multibillion rand contract with the company that manages the country’s electronic national traffic information system (eNatis). The department on Wednesday asked Judge Wendy Hughes to implement the judgment she passed on June 23‚ in which she found that the contract Tasima has held for nearly 15 years had been invalid from 2010.

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    Transforming SAA hasn’t been easy, says Dudu Myeni

    South African Airways (SAA) chairperson Dudu Myeni says bringing about transformation at the airline has earned her names such as “untouchable”, “power hungry” and “number one’s favourite girl”. Opening up for the first time in an exclusive interview with News24 at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Umhlanga on Wednesday, Myeni admitted the airline was experiencing a financial crisis.

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    Myeni says she has a good relationship with SAA execs

    South African Airways (SAA) chairperson Dudu Myeni says she has a good working relationship with her executive directors, despite media reports. In an exclusive interview with News24 at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Wednesday, Myeni said she was aware tha…

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    PRASA initiates skills, qualifications audit across agency

    Following the recent receipt of a condemnatory report by the Auditor-General in which irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure was detailed at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA), the agency’s board says it continues to institute actions to improve operations at the organisation through greater emphasis on transparency and accountability. PRASA chairperson Popo Molefe confirmed in a statement on Wednesday that the board had initiated a comprehensive skills and qualifications audit across the entire company as part of a process to make the company ready to manage its new fleet of trains and to prevent fruitless and wasteful expenditure caused by the inflated salaries of individuals who had faked their qualifications.

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    Road resurfacing between Milnerton, Melkbosstrand on schedule

    The R71-million resurfacing of the R27 between Milnerton and Melkbosstrand is progressing well, the Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works said on Wednesday. Edge-break repairs and the supplementation of gravel shoulders between the Melkbosstrand road and Tryall road intersections had been completed since the project’s start in April.

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    New-car price increases boosting SA used-car market

    Around 174 000 used cars have been financed in South Africa in the first seven months of 2015, says Absa Vehicle and Asset Finance managing executive Wessel Steffens. This is 5.35% lower than the number of used cars financed for the same period in 2014…

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    Mahindra South Africa appoints new CEO

    India-based Mahindra & Mahindra on Wednesday announced the appointment of Sanjoy Gupta as successor to outgoing Mahindra South Africa CEO Ashok Thakur. Thakur was selected to lead Mahindra’s newly established dedicated African Business Unit, which would act as the centre of the company’s business expansion into Africa.

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    South Africa’s supply chains face a looming crisis, warns CIPS

    About 35% of South Africa’s supply chain managers have revealed that their employers failed to equip them with the new skills they need to fulfill the demands of their jobs and avert major crises, which could possibly lead to a supply chain crisis, education and qualification body, the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) has found. This finding formed part of the results of a global survey of 645 supply chain professionals, which uncovered that, globally, the required skill set …

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    Sanral’s Cape toll plan discriminatory, City argues

    The SA National Roads Agency (Sanral) did not take into consideration that its decisions would unfairly discriminate against poor people, according to the City of Cape Town. “It’s poor people that live alongside the N1 and N2. The wealthy live in the suburbs and the Atlantic Seaboard,” senior counsel for the City Geoff Budlender told the Western Cape High Court on Wednesday.

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