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State of the road transport sector in SA unpacked

With next year's growth rate revised from 2.1% to 1.8% by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), it does not bode well for the transport sector...

2 days ago

Gautrain's 48 new coaches to ease rush-hour squeeze

The new rolling stock, part of an estimated R3.5bn procurement deal, is expected to boost the Gautrain's capacity to meet growing ridership demand...

By Andiswa Maqutu 1 day ago

R22 million Dynamic Commodities expansion at Coega IDZ

A R22 million expansion by agro-processing company Dynamic Commodities in Zone 3 of the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) has been announced...

2 days ago

Nautic Africa and Mariflex partnership brings international expertise to Africa

The new partnership will bring international expertise in liquid cargo handling to the African market through the transfer of skills and exposure to the global market...

2 days ago

SA drivers dominate 2015 FleetBoard Drivers' League

Three cheers to Marshall Hendricks, a local South African truck driver from Imperial Logistics Group company Fast 'n Fresh, who beat a total of 19 438

2 days ago

#AfricaMonth: Integrated transport systems key to successfully operating in Africa

With a growing logistics network between SADC countries, it's important to keep mind of the requirements to operate successfully in a diverse and often challenging African environment...

By Cari Van Wyk 3 days ago

Durban's Point Precinct gets contemporary building

The first new building in Mahatma Gandhi Road (Point Rd) in decades, the R80m new Lion Match Company head office includes...

3 days ago

Volkswagen, Toyota buy into ridesharing

Toyota and Volkswagen announced separate partnerships on Tuesday with rideshare companies Uber and Gett, in the latest such moves by major carmakers.

3 days ago

39 facts about Uber

Have you ever come across a business so brilliant yet so simple it made you scratch your head and wonder - why didn't I think of that?

2 days ago

KZN aerotropolis development drives trade opportunities and growth

The development of Africa's first purpose-built aerotropolis, with Dube TradePort as its nucleus, is having a significant impact on north coast property patterns...

25 May 2016

5DT Advanced Trucking Simulator a new era of targeted training

Fifth Dimension Technologies (5DT), has unveiled their advanced trucking simulator at its head office in the Persequor Technopark, Pretoria...

25 May 2016

Are the new drone regulations overkill?

Unmanned flying machines, commonly known as drones, have been mainly used in targeted killings, surveillance or gathering intelligence. Recently, innovators have expanded the use...

By Gizela Parker 24 May 2016

Forget cost management, think value management

As a business, it has always been wise to regularly look back and reflect on progress (or the lack thereof), and to then take stock of the current trajectory...

By Kate Stubbs 24 May 2016

Task teams formed to try resolve SAA pay deadlock

Special task teams have been set up for further discussions between the Treasury and labour unions on the future of South African Airways following an initial meeting...

By Karl Gernetzky 24 May 2016

Uber decision to allow cash payments alarms drivers

A forthcoming announcement by Uber South Africa that passengers will soon be able to pay for trips in cash has raised alarm among drivers...

By Kimon De Greef 23 May 2016

Intra-Africa trade a key catalyst for growth

Increasing the production of manufactured goods on the African continent and further standardisation of trade regulation are both key to improving inter-regional trade...

23 May 2016

Collapsed talks hurt Labat's share price

Labat Africa's share price has nose-dived since its shock announcement that all talks to acquire several businesses in the transport and logistics sector had collapsed...

By Fifi Peters 23 May 2016

Ullmann Brothers assets due to fall under the gravel soon

Park Village Auctions (PVA) will soon bring to market a collection of assets stemming from the liquidation of logistics firm, Ullman Brothers...

20 May 2016

SA bulk exports rise 6.2% y/y in April to 16.2-million tons

SA's bulk export volumes rose 6.2% year on year (y/y) in April to the second-highest monthly total to date of 16.2-million tons (Mt), data from TNPA showed

By Helmo Preuss 20 May 2016

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