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    Tanzania rail project to take half of Transport Ministry’s budget

    Tanzania’s transport ministry is seeking approval from lawmakers for its 2019/20 budget of 4.96-trillion shillings ($2.15-billion), which includes 2.48-trillion shillings for construction of a standard-gauge railway line. The railway line will link the East African nation’s commercial city of Dar es Salaam with the town of Mwanza along Lake Victoria, through the capital, Dodoma, Transport, Communications and Works Minister Isack Kamwelwe told lawmakers Thursday.

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    TNPA suspends diving, angling near Durban port after sewage spill

    The Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has suspended all diving operations and angling activities within the Durban port, owing to a severe sewage discharge that poses a risk to diving personnel and marine life, it said on Friday.

    The discharge stems from the failure of pumps at the eThekwini municipality’s Mahatma Gandhi pump station. The municipality had taken the pumps out of commission and was awaiting the arrival of spare parts from overseas for repairs.

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    TNPA suspends diving, angling near Durban port after sewage spill

    The Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has suspended all diving operations and angling activities within the Durban port, owing to a severe sewage discharge that poses a risk to diving personnel and marine life, it said on Friday.

    The discharge stems from the failure of pumps at the eThekwini municipality’s Mahatma Gandhi pump station. The municipality had taken the pumps out of commission and was awaiting the arrival of spare parts from overseas for repairs.

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    New products launched at Nampo Harvest Day

    Bearings and accessories distributor Bearings International (BI) will launch its Agri HUB bearings and the blue and white Agri Grease sachets at the Grain SA Nampo Harvest Day that will be held from May 14 to 17, near Bothaville, in the Free State. The…

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    737 MAX woes reflected in Boeing’s first-quarter results

    US aerospace and defence giant Boeing, with the release of its results for the first quarter of this year, has assured that it is working with aviation regulators and customers around the world to ensure a safe return to service of its troubled 737 MAX, the fourth generation of its hitherto renowned 737 single-aisle airliner family. (The previous generations were the original – the 737-100 and 737-200 models; the classic – the 737-300, 737-400 and 737-500; and the Next Generation – the 737-700, 737-800 and 737-900ER.) The 737 MAX 8 model suffered two related fatal crashes in five months in late 2018 and early 2019, which killed a total of 346 people.

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    Canadian aircraft manufacturer sees significant potential in Africa

    Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace, part of the Bombardier group, sees a lot of promise in the African market. “Africa is a very dynamic market, for sure,” says the company’s Airline Marketing Manager: Middle East and Africa Arnaud Brun-Khoobeelass. “It’s a market that offers lots of potential for growth, especially for regional aircraft. The continent has lots of connectivity issues, particularly regional connectivity.”

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    New products launched at Nampo Harvest Day

    Bearings and accessories distributor Bearings International (BI) will launch its Agri HUB bearings and the blue and white Agri Grease sachets at the Grain SA Nampo Harvest Day that will be held from May 14 to 17, near Bothaville, in the Free State. The…

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    737 MAX woes reflected in Boeing’s first-quarter results

    US aerospace and defence giant Boeing, with the release of its results for the first quarter of this year, has assured that it is working with aviation regulators and customers around the world to ensure a safe return to service of its troubled 737 MAX, the fourth generation of its hitherto renowned 737 single-aisle airliner family. (The previous generations were the original – the 737-100 and 737-200 models; the classic – the 737-300, 737-400 and 737-500; and the Next Generation – the 737-700, 737-800 and 737-900ER.) The 737 MAX 8 model suffered two related fatal crashes in five months in late 2018 and early 2019, which killed a total of 346 people.

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    Canadian aircraft manufacturer sees significant potential in Africa

    Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace, part of the Bombardier group, sees a lot of promise in the African market. “Africa is a very dynamic market, for sure,” says the company’s Airline Marketing Manager: Middle East and Africa Arnaud Brun-Khoobeelass. “It’s a market that offers lots of potential for growth, especially for regional aircraft. The continent has lots of connectivity issues, particularly regional connectivity.”

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    Transnet procurement process an ‘aberration’, State capture inquiry hears

    Evidence presented at the State capture inquiry on Thursday shifted to procurement processes at Transnet, which have been identified by the new board as being at the heart of financial flows of the State-run freight rail company. Peter Volmink, Transnet’s executive head of governance, told the commission that procurement since 2016 had been “something of an aberration”.

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