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    SOEs in need of expert staff – Gordhan

    South Africa’s State-owned enterprises need technical experts to make up three-quarters of their staff, whereas at the moment up to half were administrative support staff, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Wednesday. “Three quarters of staff should be experts in each sector we are dealing,” the minister told Parliament’s select committee on public enterprises and communication.

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    SOEs in need of expert staff – Gordhan

    South Africa’s State-owned enterprises need technical experts to make up three-quarters of their staff, whereas at the moment up to half were administrative support staff, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Wednesday. “Three quarters of staff should be experts in each sector we are dealing,” the minister told Parliament’s select committee on public enterprises and communication.

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    Ford, now accounting for 1% of GDP, introduces third shift at Silverton plant

    Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) is introducing a third shift at its Silverton assembly plant, in Pretoria, to meet growing international and local demand for its new Ranger pick-up, Ranger Raptor performance pick-up and Everest sports-utility vehicle. The additional shift, which officially starts in August, will create 1 200 new jobs at the plant, taking Ford’s total employment in South Africa to around 5 500 employees.

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    Ford, now accounting for 1% of GDP, introduces third shift at Silverton plant

    Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) is introducing a third shift at its Silverton assembly plant, in Pretoria, to meet growing international and local demand for its new Ranger pick-up, Ranger Raptor performance pick-up and Everest sports-utility vehicle. The additional shift, which officially starts in August, will create 1 200 new jobs at the plant, taking Ford’s total employment in South Africa to around 5 500 employees.

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    Cape Town’s MyCiTi N2 Express impasse escalated to national and provincial govt

    The City of Cape Town is hoping to meet the national and Western Cape’s transport departments in the hopes of getting its suspended MyCiTi N2 Express to Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain back in service. “We are doing our utmost to get the service back on track,” said the city’s mayoral committee member for transport, Felicity Purchase.

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    Cape Town’s MyCiTi N2 Express impasse escalated to national and provincial govt

    The City of Cape Town is hoping to meet the national and Western Cape’s transport departments in the hopes of getting its suspended MyCiTi N2 Express to Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain back in service. “We are doing our utmost to get the service back on track,” said the city’s mayoral committee member for transport, Felicity Purchase.

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    Fedusa, Untu to shut down commuter train services nationwide on July 26

    The Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) and its commuter rail transport affiliate, the United National Transport Union (Untu), plan to shut down Metrorail’s commuter train operations across the country on July 26. Fedusa says the shutdown is part of a national day of protest against “extremely poor and dangerous Metrorail passenger train services” that violate all health and safety provisions and that are characterised by “perpetually late trains, deliberate acts of arson and endless fatal accidents”.

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    Fedusa, Untu to shut down commuter train services nationwide on July 26

    The Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) and its commuter rail transport affiliate, the United National Transport Union (Untu), plan to shut down Metrorail’s commuter train operations across the country on July 26. Fedusa says the shutdown is part of a national day of protest against “extremely poor and dangerous Metrorail passenger train services” that violate all health and safety provisions and that are characterised by “perpetually late trains, deliberate acts of arson and endless fatal accidents”.

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    Gautrain adds R6.4bn to the Gauteng economy a year, says new study

    A new study on the socio-economic impact of the Gautrain indicates that the rapid-rail system adds R6.64-billion to Gauteng economy’s gross domestic product (GDP) – or 0.56% ­– during a typical year of operation. The newest study – the second – was conducted by consulting engineering firm Hatch.

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    Gautrain adds R6.4bn to the Gauteng economy a year, says new study

    A new study on the socio-economic impact of the Gautrain indicates that the rapid-rail system adds R6.64-billion to Gauteng economy’s gross domestic product (GDP) – or 0.56% ­– during a typical year of operation. The newest study – the second – was conducted by consulting engineering firm Hatch.

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