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Employers need to take care, claims for workplace injuries can be repudiated if alcohol-related

IN South Africa at least 60% of road deaths are attributable to alcohol consumption according to a recent World Health Organisation Global Status Report on Road Safety. Furthermore, alcohol abuse has...

N3 Corridor – Open Again for Business

The Road Freight Association is delighted that the N3 highway has re-opened to all traffic. Whilst we anticipate some delays and congestion due to the high traffic volumes, we are now...

Counting the Ever-increasing Cost: Impact of the Ongoing Attacks and Looting in KZN and...

Road carries 80% of South Africa’s goods. Simply put: when trucks stop, South Africa stops. The opportunistic mass looting occurring in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng and the wanton destruction of trucks and...

Unrest in the KZN Province severely affecting road freight transporters

The N3 and N2 routes through the KwaZulu-Natal province have been targeted by groups allegedly protesting the recent events relating to the previous President and his imprisonment. The “protests”, as they...

Golden Arrow tests electric buses

HOSKEN Passenger Logistics and Rail (Hosken Pax) – which has Golden Arrow Bus Services as its main profit driver – saw a 20% decline in revenue to R1.6 billion as Covid-19...

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Quo Vadis? SA’s trillion-rand water infrastructure backlog

Virtual Event Round Table, Thursday 29 July 2pm-4pm This is the first of CBN’s series of three exclusive round table discussion addressing the critical...

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