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Paving the way for future transport operations

Reliable and efficient transport is critical for South Africa to grow its economy.  Irrespective if people or freight are being moved, it has to be conducted in a safe and cost effective...

Chinese automaker plans electric car production in South Africa

BAIC Group's announcement at the Beijing auto show, the industry's biggest sales event of the year, came as Nissan unveiled its first electric car designed for China while General Motors displayed...

Black-owned shipping company making waves in maritime sector

Two KwaZulu Natal men have realised a lifelong ambition by becoming the first 100 percent black-owned ship-owners in South Africa. Durand Naidoo and Thuso Mhlambi, both 33, are the owners...

City may take over passenger rail

The City is seeking out a strong multi-disciplinary team of rail experts to assist the Transport Directorate with developing a plan for taking over the urban rail service in Cape Town...

DTI cleans up after AGOA flap

The Department of Trade and Industry has sought to relieve concerns that SA could lose out on thousands of jobs and billions in exports. In a statement issued on Wednesday,...


Engen brings drought and fire relief to farmers

Engen, South Africa’s favourite petrol station*, has stepped up to assist drought-stricken farming communities in Sutherland in the Eastern Cape as well as areas in the...