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    Dawn expects interim headline loss a share to widen

    JSE-listed Distribution and Warehousing Network (Dawn) on Friday advised its shareholders that it expects its headline loss per share (HLPS) for the six months ended September 30, to deteriorate by between 174% and 188%.

    It expects to report a HLPS of…

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    Gibela delivers its first South African made train to PRASA

    Gibela has delivered its first South African-built X’trapolis Mega commuter train to the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA). The train was dispatched from Gibela’s new train manufacturing complex at Dunnottar, in Ekurhuleni, this week, travelling to Prasa’s Wolmerton depot, north of Pretoria.

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    Gibela delivers its first South African made train to PRASA

    Gibela has delivered its first South African-built X’trapolis Mega commuter train to the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA). The train was dispatched from Gibela’s new train manufacturing complex at Dunnottar, in Ekurhuleni, this week, travelling to Prasa’s Wolmerton depot, north of Pretoria.

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    Mammoet opens new office in Accra, Ghana

    Dutch company Mammoet is expanding its footprint in Africa with the opening of a new office in Accra, Ghana. The new base in Ghana will increase Mammoet’s offerings of specialist services in engineered heavy lifting and transport to the fast growing West African market, allowing for more localised support and swift mobilisation for its customers.

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    Mammoet opens new office in Accra, Ghana

    Dutch company Mammoet is expanding its footprint in Africa with the opening of a new office in Accra, Ghana. The new base in Ghana will increase Mammoet’s offerings of specialist services in engineered heavy lifting and transport to the fast growing West African market, allowing for more localised support and swift mobilisation for its customers.

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    Regius developing coal-to-liquids, fertiliser project in Mozambique

    UK-incorporated company Regius Synfuels is, through its Mozambican subsidiary Regius Synfuels Mozambique, developing an integrated 10 000 bbl/d clean diesel and gasoline and a 409 000 t/y fertiliser project, in the Tete province of Mozambique. The proj…

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    Regius developing coal-to-liquids, fertiliser project in Mozambique

    UK-incorporated company Regius Synfuels is, through its Mozambican subsidiary Regius Synfuels Mozambique, developing an integrated 10 000 bbl/d clean diesel and gasoline and a 409 000 t/y fertiliser project, in the Tete province of Mozambique. The proj…

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    South Africa’s ‘dysfunctional’ rail system root of many transport problems

    South Africa has a “completely dysfunctional” passenger rail system, says Professor Stephan Krygsman of the University of Stellenbosch’s Department of Logistics (Transport Economics). “There is no way to sugarcoat it. “The fact that we cannot get a rail system working in this country is probably our biggest [transport] problem. If we can solve that, we can solve a lot of problems.”

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    South Africa’s ‘dysfunctional’ rail system root of many transport problems

    South Africa has a “completely dysfunctional” passenger rail system, says Professor Stephan Krygsman of the University of Stellenbosch’s Department of Logistics (Transport Economics). “There is no way to sugarcoat it. “The fact that we cannot get a rail system working in this country is probably our biggest [transport] problem. If we can solve that, we can solve a lot of problems.”

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    South Africa’s ‘dysfunctional’ rail system root of many transport problems

    South Africa has a “completely dysfunctional” passenger rail system, says Professor Stephan Krygsman of the University of Stellenbosch’s Department of Logistics (Transport Economics). “There is no way to sugarcoat it. “The fact that we cannot get a rail system working in this country is probably our biggest [transport] problem. If we can solve that, we can solve a lot of problems.”

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