Government needs to review its policies and legislation on Information Communications Technology (ICT) to ensure that all South Africans have universal affordability and access to communications services.
4 Mar 2014 06:15
National carrier South African Airways (SAA) is investigating the possibility of using the in-flight relief pilot programme as a meaningful way of developing future pilots.
4 Mar 2014 06:00
Food companies may not like the news, but a new survey by youth marketing research company Student Village has found that students view their smartphones as more important than laptops, TV or food.
By Evan Pickworth 3 Mar 2014 06:58
Grindrod continued to make "meaningful progress" last year in improving and expanding its integrated logistics supply chains along key commodity corridors.
By Mark Allix 3 Mar 2014 06:50
Remuneration in foreign countries, that the government cannot match, is frustrating efforts to retain doctors and nurses in SA, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said.
28 Feb 2014 11:40
Eco Health, a leading pharmaceutical distributor in Nigeria, has sold 53% of its company for US$74 million in cash to Imperial Logistics, a wholly owned division of Imperial Holdings.
27 Feb 2014 10:46
Machine-to-machine (M2M) technology, which allows both wireless and wired systems (cellular, wireless and fixed devices) to communicate directly with other devices, is expected to grow as an industry from a current US$121 billion business internationally to $948 billion by 2020.
21 Feb 2014 13:21
Struggling South African Airways (SAA) will report a smaller loss in the year to end-March despite the ravaging effects of the weaker rand on fuel costs‚ the state-owned airline's chief executive‚ Monwabisi Kalawe said recently.
By Linda Ensor 21 Feb 2014 06:21
South African Airways (SAA) has a new plan. No, not that plan, not last year's plan, or the preceding plan, or the succession of failed plans since the airline industry was nationalised in 1934, but a new one. There is nothing new in the plan, but it is a new plan. It is, as before, a special kind of plan, not for what will happen, but for what will not happen.
By Leon Louw 20 Feb 2014 10:18
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND: An Ethiopian Airlines flight en route to Rome was hijacked on Monday (17 February) and forced to land in Geneva, where the hijacker has been arrested, police said.
18 Feb 2014 11:49
The volume of goods transported (payload) decreased by 1.7% in December compared with the same period in 2012‚ Statistics SA said on Monday (17 February)
18 Feb 2014 10:00
The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) will today explain its operations on the Gauteng e-tolled highways, to the Portfolio Committee on Transport.
18 Feb 2014 09:18
Local firms are increasingly turning to fleet management specialists to take care of the myriad challenges they face in keeping their vehicles on the road. By outsourcing their fleet management function, companies can free up their management teams to focus on their core business.
17 Feb 2014 11:27
Barloworld's stock has remained resilient this year despite a ratings downgrade by Fitch and share-price weakness among its listed competitors.
By Nick Hedley 13 Feb 2014 11:46
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