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    PRASA must move to Public Enterprises and return to Transnet, says union

    The United National Transport Union (Untu) wants the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa to be moved from the Department of Transport to the Department of Public Enterprises, says Untu spokesperson Sonja Carstens. This will place the entity where it belongs – under the same management as other State-owned enterprises.

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    Kenya Airways proposes State-run structure as airport bid fails

    Kenya Airways is willing to operate under a State-owned holding company after the troubled airline failed in its bid to jointly run the country’s main airport, according to chairperson Michael Joseph. Lawmakers in the East African nation in May rejected the airline’s proposal to operate Jomo Kenyatta International Airport with the state-owned Kenya Airports Authority, and are expected to issue alternative proposals, Joseph said in an interview Monday. The recommendations could include the partial nationalization of Kenya Airways, he said.

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    Kenya Airways proposes State-run structure as airport bid fails

    Kenya Airways is willing to operate under a State-owned holding company after the troubled airline failed in its bid to jointly run the country’s main airport, according to chairperson Michael Joseph. Lawmakers in the East African nation in May rejected the airline’s proposal to operate Jomo Kenyatta International Airport with the state-owned Kenya Airports Authority, and are expected to issue alternative proposals, Joseph said in an interview Monday. The recommendations could include the partial nationalization of Kenya Airways, he said.

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    Numsa to picket at major airports on Tuesday over ‘myriad’ issues

    The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) said on Monday that it would be picketing with the South African Cabin Crew Association (SACCA) at all the country’s major airports on Tuesday.  The protests involved “myriad” issues at South African Airways (SAA) and SAA Technical, said the union, including the resignation of the national carrier’s group executive, Vuyani Jarana. 

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    Numsa to picket at major airports on Tuesday over ‘myriad’ issues

    The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) said on Monday that it would be picketing with the South African Cabin Crew Association (SACCA) at all the country’s major airports on Tuesday.  The protests involved “myriad” issues at South African Airways (SAA) and SAA Technical, said the union, including the resignation of the national carrier’s group executive, Vuyani Jarana. 

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    ParkUpp start-up monetising inner city parking

    Property technology firm ParkUpp is monetising idle parking spaces in inner cities by allowing private and commercial property owners to list available parking spaces on its website and persons looking for long-term parking to browse available options. There are many cars parked on the side of the road in South Africa’s inner cities, while most parking facilities had about 40% idle parking spaces.

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    ParkUpp start-up monetising inner city parking

    Property technology firm ParkUpp is monetising idle parking spaces in inner cities by allowing private and commercial property owners to list available parking spaces on its website and persons looking for long-term parking to browse available options. There are many cars parked on the side of the road in South Africa’s inner cities, while most parking facilities had about 40% idle parking spaces.

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    South African boat building industry holds much potential for economy, jobs

    The South African boat building industry, currently worth well over R1-billion annually, holds enormous potential for the country’s economy, the City of Cape Town said on Sunday. In a statement following the South African Boat Builders Export Council’s (SABBEX) annual industry awards and dinner held on Thursday, mayoral committee member for economic opportunities and asset management James Vos said the city was currently exploring the best possible ways to support the industry and how best to address problems such as skills development and access to land.

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    South African boat building industry holds much potential for economy, jobs

    The South African boat building industry, currently worth well over R1-billion annually, holds enormous potential for the country’s economy, the City of Cape Town said on Sunday. In a statement following the South African Boat Builders Export Council’s (SABBEX) annual industry awards and dinner held on Thursday, mayoral committee member for economic opportunities and asset management James Vos said the city was currently exploring the best possible ways to support the industry and how best to address problems such as skills development and access to land.

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    Transport Minister Mbalula calls for ‘stronger policing action’ to curb highway truck attacks

    Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has called for stronger policing action and for law enforcement to be doubled along the N3 highway, and for attacks on public roads to be upgraded to a higher category of criminality. Mbalula said in a statement on Sunday he had learned with great disappointment of the continuation of unrest in KwaZulu-Natal’s trucking industry. 

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