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Pressing financial problems for SA Express, SAA
Pressing financial problems for SA Express, SAA

State-owned airline South African Express Airways is in an "extremely difficult financial position" and requires government financial assistance to prepare its 2013/14 annual financial statements Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown told Parliament.

By Linda Ensor 1 Oct 2014 12:00

General Electric seeks new sectors in SA
General Electric seeks new sectors in SA

General Electric (GE)‚ which is supplying a total of 376 locomotives to Transnet‚ is looking for opportunities in other sectors in SA‚ including healthcare and energy.

By Nick Hedley 30 Sep 2014 11:59

E-tolls 90% compliant with CPA
E-tolls 90% compliant with CPA

The Consumer Protection Act, 68 of 2008 (CPA) is no doubt a very important, and very influential, piece of legislation in South African law and its enactment has given many consumers the confidence to stand up for their rights.

By Chantelle Gladwin and Nikita Theodosiou 29 Sep 2014 11:36

38% of Western Cape farm projects fail
38% of Western Cape farm projects fail

An external evaluation has shown that the Western Cape saw 38% of its 246 agricultural land reform projects in the province failing and another 24% experiencing "challenges".

29 Sep 2014 07:38

Value Logistics issues dire trading update
Value Logistics issues dire trading update

In August, Value Group - a consistent profit performer for the past dozen years - stunned the market with a dire trading update, warning that its interim earnings could be down by between 70% and 90% and its share price dropped from 500c to 412c, a 12-month low.

By Marc Hasenfuss 29 Sep 2014 11:51

Presidency asks everyone to assist Seriti Commission
Presidency asks everyone to assist Seriti Commission

The Presidency has advised anyone who has information that can assist the Seriti Commission of Inquiry to forward the information to assist the commission so that it can be interrogated.

29 Sep 2014 09:44

Gauteng Transport Commission to improve transport service delivery
Gauteng Transport Commission to improve transport service delivery

PRETORIA: Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Ismail Vadi, officially open the Gauteng Transport Commission (GTC) offices in Bedfordview on friday, 26 September.

29 Sep 2014 09:52

Field Office cures Safe Tops' admin overload
Field Office cures Safe Tops' admin overload

Safe Top, the supplier of fasteners and hardware products, needed a sales management solution that would handle the demands of a company that caters both to trade and DIY users and that would make their work a more smooth and efficient process, without compromising their professionalism.

29 Sep 2014 13:00

Regulatory compliance remains the top supply chain pain point
Regulatory compliance remains the top supply chain pain point

According to the annual UPS Pain in the (Supply) Chain survey, healthcare executives are planning for strategic partnerships and technology investment to mitigate risks and capitalise on growth opportunities.

26 Sep 2014 09:18

Aviation authorities sign agreement with DRC
Aviation authorities sign agreement with DRC

Aviation authorities from South Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have recently signed an agreement for flight calibration of air navigation systems of airports in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

26 Sep 2014 08:32

R18m payment to taxi operators in Port Elizabeth
R18m payment to taxi operators in Port Elizabeth

The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has paid taxi cooperative Laphumilanga R18m to get the stalled Integrated Public Transport System (IPTS) working.

25 Sep 2014 08:40

State will assist families identify remains of Lagos deaths
State will assist families identify remains of Lagos deaths

Minister in the Presidency, Jeff Radebe, has assured South Africans that government will help families to repatriate mortal remains of those citizens, who died in Lagos.

25 Sep 2014 06:52

Nigerian church survivors return to Swartkops
Nigerian church survivors return to Swartkops

The 25 South Africans who were injured when a building at the Synagogue Church of all Nations in Nigeria collapsed, have arrived back in South Africa.

23 Sep 2014 07:56

Boeing 737-800 replica to visit schools
Boeing 737-800 replica to visit schools

A Boeing 737-800 aircraft replica, which will be visiting schools around the country as part of the SiVulindlela Aviation Awareness Project, has been unveiled during the Africa Aerospace Defence show at the Air Force Base in Waterkloof, Pretoria.

23 Sep 2014 08:35

FlySafair taking off on 16 October
FlySafair taking off on 16 October

Customers contacting FlySafair, a low-cost carrier relaunching on 16 October are asking whether airport parking is included in the ticket price and this shows that the airline is attracting first-time flyers, Chief Executive Dave Andrew says.

22 Sep 2014 10:02

Cape Town's fuel storage terminal expansion
Cape Town's fuel storage terminal expansion

A two-year R650m investment will be part of the expansion of the oil and fuel storage terminal at Cape Town harbour, to make it a multi-use and multi-product facility.

22 Sep 2014 11:28

E-tolls boycott hurts Gautrain's operations
E-tolls boycott hurts Gautrain's operations

More than R40bn has been spent but Gauteng transport chiefs are now coming to the realisation that the province's two flagship projects - the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project and Gautrain - are not having the desired effect

17 Sep 2014 11:02

Denel, Aerosud sign deal with Airbus
Denel, Aerosud sign deal with Airbus

A three-way agreement between leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus and South African companies Denel Aerostructures and Aerosud Aviation has been finalised.

17 Sep 2014 11:34

Capespan buys stake in clearing specialist
Capespan buys stake in clearing specialist

Zeder-controlled fruit farming and marketing company Capespan has bulked up its logistics arm by snapping up a 75% stake in forwarding and clearing specialist Aspen International, it was announced at the weekend.

By Marc Hasenfuss 15 Sep 2014 15:02

Record profits for Mango
Record profits for Mango

Mango has announced record profits for the year ending 31 March 2014, with a nett profit of R40 million and a before-tax profit of R56.1 million.

15 Sep 2014 09:15

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