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    Tambo Springs rail concession fails, talks on to secure new deal

    Infrastructure development at the Tambo Springs Logistics Gateway is continuing, despite the inability of State-owned freight logistics group Transnet to deliver on the construction of a rail terminal in the agreed time, says Tambo Springs Development Company (TSDC) CEO Tumi Mohulatsi. In June last year Transnet announced that it had awarded a multibillion-rand concession to construct an intermodal rail terminal as part of the broader Tambo Springs development to the Southern Palace Joint Venture Consortium. 

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    BOC says contingency plans in place for Gautrain strike

    Operator of the Gautrain, the Bombela Operating Company (BOC), says it will implement a contingency plan to ensure it is able to still deliver a train service to its passengers after trade union, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) announced that its members would embark on a strike from October 5. “Additional security measures have been implemented on the Gautrain system and the safety of our passengers will not be compromised,” the BOC assures passengers.

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    BOC says contingency plans in place for Gautrain strike

    Operator of the Gautrain, the Bombela Operating Company (BOC), says it will implement a contingency plan to ensure it is able to still deliver a train service to its passengers after trade union, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) announced that its members would embark on a strike from October 5. “Additional security measures have been implemented on the Gautrain system and the safety of our passengers will not be compromised,” the BOC assures passengers.

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    Numsa serves notice for Gautrain strike

    Trade union the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) on October 2 issued a notice to strike at the Bombela Operating Company (BOC) − the management and operating company for the Gautrain. The union said its members would, as of the morning of October 5, go on an indefinite strike at Gautrain until the union’s demands are met.

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    Numsa serves notice for Gautrain strike

    Trade union the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) on October 2 issued a notice to strike at the Bombela Operating Company (BOC) − the management and operating company for the Gautrain. The union said its members would, as of the morning of October 5, go on an indefinite strike at Gautrain until the union’s demands are met.

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    Boeing, Ethiopian Airlines partner on 40th humanitarian delivery flight

    Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines recently launched their fortieth humanitarian delivery flight, when the airline’s new 787 Dreamliner departed Everett, Washington carrying more than 20 000 pounds of humanitarian supplies. The shipment, including supplies for healthcare and family needs, will be distributed to hospitals, clinics and charities in the Addis Ababa region.

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    Boeing, Ethiopian Airlines partner on 40th humanitarian delivery flight

    Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines recently launched their fortieth humanitarian delivery flight, when the airline’s new 787 Dreamliner departed Everett, Washington carrying more than 20 000 pounds of humanitarian supplies. The shipment, including supplies for healthcare and family needs, will be distributed to hospitals, clinics and charities in the Addis Ababa region.

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    Iata warns of massive job losses in African aviation sector

    Industry organisation the International Air Transport Association (Iata) has warned that the damage being done to the African aviation industry and on economies by the shutdown of air traffic owing to the Covid-19 pandemic has deepened. According to ne…

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    Iata warns of massive job losses in African aviation sector

    Industry organisation the International Air Transport Association (Iata) has warned that the damage being done to the African aviation industry and on economies by the shutdown of air traffic owing to the Covid-19 pandemic has deepened. According to ne…

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    One year later and still no clarity on e-tolls – Outa

    Cabinet’s failure to make a decision on a funding mechanism for Gauteng’s freeways is affecting long-term road planning and allows the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) to avoid responsibility for an incoherent e-toll collection strategy, says the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa). Outa says in a statement that Cabinet mandated a team more than a year ago, in July 2019, to find a solution to the failed e-toll system in Gauteng, promising a decision within two weeks. 

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