Corporate Affairs

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    Audits, partnerships important for increasing rail market share

    A study by a group of students from the University of Johannesburg’s College of Business and Economics suggests that Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) – which has positioned itself as a low-cost freight transport solutions provider in South Africa – conduct an audit of the organisation’s skills, and its underutilised assets, such as its locomotives. This would enable the organisation to more proactively manage change and regain market share in a country where road transport has become the preferred mode of transportation for freight, UJ lecturer Cashandra Mara said on Monday.

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    Aurecon highlights potential of tech to transform the transport industry

    Many stakeholders believe the transport industry is on the cusp of disruptive transformation, as big as with the advent of the motorcar in the early 1900s. The only way for the South African transport industry to compete would be to embrace innovation …

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    Aurecon highlights potential of tech to transform the transport industry

    Many stakeholders believe the transport industry is on the cusp of disruptive transformation, as big as with the advent of the motorcar in the early 1900s. The only way for the South African transport industry to compete would be to embrace innovation …

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    Task team to look at future of e-tolling, completion date set for August

    A governmental task team will produce a report on the future of electronic tolling in Gauteng by August. Speaking at a media conference at the Southern African Transport Conference in Pretoria, on Monday, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said this report will be presented to President Cyril Ramaphosa next month. “The report will be the ultimate product, informed by a process of engagement and negotiations.

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    Task team to look at future of e-tolling, completion date set for August

    A governmental task team will produce a report on the future of electronic tolling in Gauteng by August. Speaking at a media conference at the Southern African Transport Conference in Pretoria, on Monday, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said this report will be presented to President Cyril Ramaphosa next month. “The report will be the ultimate product, informed by a process of engagement and negotiations.

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    Ramaphosa raps knuckles of Ministers embroiled in twitter war

    President Cyril Ramaphosa criticised Ministers in his cabinet for “unbecoming” behaviour on social media after a spat unfolded over electronic road tolls in country’s richest province. Finance Minister Tito Mboweni, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula and Gauteng Premier David Makhura exchanged words on Twitter after giving conflicting messages on the issue of e-tolling. Many motorists have refused to pay the charge since its introduction in 2013.

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    Ramaphosa raps knuckles of Ministers embroiled in twitter war

    President Cyril Ramaphosa criticised Ministers in his cabinet for “unbecoming” behaviour on social media after a spat unfolded over electronic road tolls in country’s richest province. Finance Minister Tito Mboweni, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula and Gauteng Premier David Makhura exchanged words on Twitter after giving conflicting messages on the issue of e-tolling. Many motorists have refused to pay the charge since its introduction in 2013.

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    Gauteng transport boss urges minibus taxi industry to embrace innovation

    Gauteng member of the executive council for roads and transport Jacob Mamabolo has urged the provincial leadership of the South African National Taxi Council to take measures to modernise the industry, his department said on Friday. Mamabolo held a mee…

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    Gauteng transport boss urges minibus taxi industry to embrace innovation

    Gauteng member of the executive council for roads and transport Jacob Mamabolo has urged the provincial leadership of the South African National Taxi Council to take measures to modernise the industry, his department said on Friday. Mamabolo held a mee…

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    Ethiopian crash families criticise Boeing over donation plan

    The families of victims of an Ethiopian air disaster on Thursday criticised Boeing’s plan to donate $100-million to unspecified charities and communities affected by two crashes, saying it was too vague and that families should have been consulted firs…

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