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    Boeing 737 MAX cleared to return to service by European aviation regulators

    On the same day late last month the European Union (EU) Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) both authorised the return to service of the Boeing 737 MAX commercial aeroplane. Both agencies required modifications to th…

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    Sanral to invest R500m in Buffalo City road project

    The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) is investing an estimated R500-million in a road infrastructure project in the Buffalo City metropolitan municipality, in the Eastern Cape. The contract will involve the improvement of the N2 national road from Green River to Buffalo River Bridge.

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    Covid-19-induced ridership decline forces cancellation of Gautrain rolling stock tenders

    The Gautrain Management Agency (GMA) and the Bombela concessionaire have cancelled two tenders related to the procurement of around five pre-owned trains from the UK, says GMA CEO William Dachs. The tenders were first issued in 2019.

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    Boeing 737 MAX cleared to return to service by European aviation regulators

    On the same day late last month the European Union (EU) Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) both authorised the return to service of the Boeing 737 MAX commercial aeroplane. Both agencies required modifications to th…

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    Transnet adjusts infrastructure strategy to deal with damaging weather conditions

    State-owned Transnet is investigating methods to deal with unpredictable and severe weather patterns, which have negatively affected the railway network during and after cyclone Eloise hit Southern Africa in late January, resulting in heavy rainfall across South Africa.

    Transnet Freight Rail (TFR), in particular, has experienced disruptions in the past weeks, as a result of severe damage caused by excessive rain following cyclone Eloise cyclone. The rain caused unusual disruptions on the heavy-haul lines, including the iron-ore and the manganese channel, leading to a number of “wash-away” incidents.

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    Transnet adjusts infrastructure strategy to deal with damaging weather conditions

    State-owned Transnet is investigating methods to deal with unpredictable and severe weather patterns, which have negatively affected the railway network during and after cyclone Eloise hit Southern Africa in late January, resulting in heavy rainfall across South Africa.

    Transnet Freight Rail (TFR), in particular, has experienced disruptions in the past weeks, as a result of severe damage caused by excessive rain following cyclone Eloise cyclone. The rain caused unusual disruptions on the heavy-haul lines, including the iron-ore and the manganese channel, leading to a number of “wash-away” incidents.

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    Shoprite expands solar PV project; 19 sites outfitted

    Fast-moving consumer goods company the Shoprite Group has expanded its solar photovoltaic (PV) programme, with 19 of its sites in South Africa and Namibia now boasting rooftop PV installations.

    There are now 18 Shoprite Group stores throughout South A…

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    Shoprite expands solar PV project; 19 sites outfitted

    Fast-moving consumer goods company the Shoprite Group has expanded its solar photovoltaic (PV) programme, with 19 of its sites in South Africa and Namibia now boasting rooftop PV installations.

    There are now 18 Shoprite Group stores throughout South A…

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    OneLogix in good health despite Covid-19, says Lourens

    OneLogix CEO Ian Lourens says that all of the niche logistics provider’s 12 companies “remain in good health”, despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The group reported a 16% drop in revenue, to R1.22-billion, for the six months ended November 30, compared with the same period in 2019. Lourens says the decline in earnings is primarily owing to the listless Covid-19 economic environment

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    OneLogix in good health despite Covid-19, says Lourens

    OneLogix CEO Ian Lourens says that all of the niche logistics provider’s 12 companies “remain in good health”, despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The group reported a 16% drop in revenue, to R1.22-billion, for the six months ended November 30, compared with the same period in 2019. Lourens says the decline in earnings is primarily owing to the listless Covid-19 economic environment

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