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2,000 licences to kill

The Department of Transport has admitted to registering more than 2,000 dangerous "pseudo-Quantums" for use on the country's roads, despite warnings from...

10 hours ago

New CLTD programme to foster development of supply chain professionals

The Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD) designation was introduced to delegates at the recent 38th Annual SAPICS Conference...

9 hours ago

MiX Telematics solution helps improve H&M Removals fleet efficiency

MiX Telematics in cooperation with Tecra Telematics has provided H&M Removals with a fleet management solution which enabled them to...

1 day ago

70 new buses for Joburg commuters

The City of Johannesburg has added 70 new Diesel Dual Fuel (DDF) buses to its fleet to improve its transport system...

1 day ago

City pilots card payments at vehicle registration centres

The City of Cape Town started piloting the use of card payment facilities at its motor vehicle registration office in the Cape Town Civic Centre. The first day saw more than...

1 day ago

Coega Dairy expansion driven by growth

Coega Dairy has completed the expansion of its warehouse and office facilities. The dairy company started production in 2011...

2 days ago

Efficient maritime shipping key in addressing a growing Africa's climate challenges

In the ongoing need for economic development in Africa, the aim should be to reduce CO2 emissions while increasing trade and economic opportunities...

2 days ago

Corruption has allowed death traps to be used as taxis

The consequence of corruption and loopholes in the Road Traffic Act is converted minibus taxis that split in half. Public Protector Thuli Madonsela yesterday held hearings into

2 days ago

General freight helps grow Transnet revenue

Transnet's strategy to raise revenue by shifting more rail-friendly goods off the road into its wagons is yielding positive results...

By Fifi Peters 2 days ago

Innovative technologies adds new dimension to transport

The importance of improved technology to ensure that modern and reliable transport through the continent's corridors is fully and sustainably operational continues to grow...

3 days ago

Maersk to mull splitting group under new CEO

Danish oil and shipping conglomerate A.P. Moller-Maersk said it is considering splitting the group into several separate companies, as it named a new chief executive...

3 days ago

Paying attention to mediation clauses in shipping contracts

Parties to a shipping agreement, such as a contract of carriage or charter, should pay very careful attention to the wording of the mediation clause included in the shipping contract, if they agree that they wish to refer any future or existing disputes to mediation...

By Lana Jacobs 3 days ago

Jumia to become Africa's one stop online destination

With a new vision, the Africa Internet Group is connecting its companies into Jumia's ecosystem which will give access to products and services from its e-commerce platforms...

24 Jun 2016

Weighing in on SOLAS in South Africa

The 1 July deadline for the implementation of the IMO to SOLAS looms and questions have been raised whether a number countries, including South Africa, are ready...

By Darren Fraser, Mark Fearick 24 Jun 2016

TPT's DCT makes progress on road rehabilitation project

Durban Container Terminal's road at Pier 2 has been in existence for more than 35 years and, due to constant heavy traffic, several repairs have been completed...

24 Jun 2016

Imperial shares five-pillar approach to transport risk management

According to Imperial Logistics' HHS, risks that must be constantly considered and mitigated in the transport industry include...

23 Jun 2016

Why is outsourcing still a dirty word?

Amongst South African business leaders, outsourcing is still something of a dirty word. For many, it denotes weakness and an inability to properly grow and manage...

By Kate Stubbs 23 Jun 2016

#YouthMonth: Creating the largest digital transport marketplace in Africa

As we are celebrating the success of South Africa's youth, I asked Rion Henning, starter-upper, founder and managing director of BidShip, the Uber of logistics, to tell us about his journey to success...

By Cari Van Wyk 22 Jun 2016

Maersk report: struggling trade market curbed by economic restraints

Container trade in South Africa has been negatively impacted by the declining demand for mining commodities, the economic slowdown in China, dwindling consumer spending and...

22 Jun 2016

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