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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 11 hours ago

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 4 hours ago

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 1 day ago

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...

1 day ago

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 1 day ago

Resolve to optimise Pick n Pay's logistics activities

The extension of Resolve's R400 million partnership with Pick n Pay represents the company's biggest logistics control tower project to date...

20 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

Super Group closes Mercedes-Benz deal

Transport and fleet management company Super Group has concluded a deal to buy a number of Mercedes-Benz dealerships and property in...

By Fifi Peters 19 May 2016

South Africa's first black female deputy harbour master talks about her job

Zungu is the first black female to be appointed as deputy harbour master: nautical at the Port of Durban. Her new position requires more managerial functions...

By Melissa Javan 19 May 2016

EgyptAir flight from Paris feared crashed in Mediterranean

An EgyptAir flight from Paris with 66 people on board vanished from radar screens on Thursday with a Greek aviation source saying it had crashed into the Mediterranean...

19 May 2016

Infrastructure Africa to focus on regional opportunities

Infrastructure Africa will this year showcase some of Africa's mega projects...

By Sindy Peters 18 May 2016

Telematics can help improve driving behaviour on the nation's lethal roads

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters recently reported a 40% increase in the road accident death toll over the long weekend that included Freedom Day and Workers Day...

By Anton Ossip 18 May 2016

Why grey fleet management is becoming a global best practice

Imagine there has been an accident with a car belonging to a staff member and the company director is being held liable - this is not as far a fetched scenario as it sounds...

18 May 2016

The South African aviation insurance market

The aviation insurance market worldwide is extremely limited in comparison to other classes of insurance. Aviation insurance is highly specialised and extremely complex...

By Anne Meadows 18 May 2016

Ex-Googlers rev up plan for self-driving trucks

A former member of Google's autonomous car team and other Silicon Valley veterans introduced a startup devoted to self-driving trucks...

18 May 2016

The Commonwealth Trade Initiative partners with Into Africa Project Logistics

Into Africa Project Logistics are set to be the first logistics partner in Africa to get on board the Commonwealth Trading and Collaboration Platform, a collaborative business e-community...

Issued by The Marketing House 18 May 2016

Uber-fast rollout sees app-taxi service in hiring mode

Uber wants to add more than 15,000 new job opportunities for partner-drivers in SA over the next two years as well as lift sharing and other new services...

By Hilary Joffe 17 May 2016

Barloworld H1 revenue up 4% as Russia and Europe offset weaker Southern Africa

Huge jumps in equipment sales in Russia and Europe helped Barloworld offset lower revenue from its Southern African businesses...

By Robert Laing 17 May 2016

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