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SA's Uber 'safer than others'
SA's Uber 'safer than others'

The operator of the low-cost Uber taxi service in Johannesburg and Durban says the company's vetting procedure for drivers is more rigorous than those of US and European cities, where there are calls to ban the service...

By Jan Borman 22 Dec 2014 11:48

New focus for Lufthansa in 2015
New focus for Lufthansa in 2015

For the airline, the focus in 2015 will be on the 'New Lufthansa Premium Quality'...

18 Dec 2014 11:55

Arup SA awarded Ethiopian rail contract
Arup SA awarded Ethiopian rail contract

Arup South Africa has won the contract to prepare a master plan for Transit Oriented Development (TOD) around 10 key stations in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia...

15 Dec 2014 07:43

New woes may put brakes on Uber, ride-share growth
New woes may put brakes on Uber, ride-share growth

WASHINGTON: Uber, the ride-sharing service and Silicon Valley superstar startup, has hit problems around the world, which threaten to put the brakes on its spectacular growth...

11 Dec 2014 06:30

Japan's Mitsui to buy stake in Mozambique coal, rail projects
Japan's Mitsui to buy stake in Mozambique coal, rail projects

TOKYO: Japanese trading firm Mitsui & Co is to buy a stake in Mozambique coal and transport infrastructure projects, making an initial investment of $763m, the company said on Tuesday, 9 December...

11 Dec 2014 06:37

DA: Remove Tshabalala from Transnet Board
DA: Remove Tshabalala from Transnet Board

The DA wants Ellen Tshabalala immediately from the Transnet Board...

9 Dec 2014 09:39

Rapid-launch boats could sink pirates
Rapid-launch boats could sink pirates

Pirates' boats terrorise other vessels on the ocean because of their ability to outmanoeuvre and outrun bigger ships. But this could all become a thing of the past.

9 Dec 2014 10:33

SAA, Air China to strengthen relations
SAA, Air China to strengthen relations

PRETORIA: South Africa's national carrier South African Airways (SAA) and Air China are to strengthen relations, said the national carrier on Friday, 5 December.

8 Dec 2014 08:48

Anton Harber
Depth of Africa coverage improves

Coverage of the rest of Africa in our media provides an interesting gauge of our relationship with the continent since our borders opened up 20 years ago...

By Anton Harber 5 Dec 2014 04:53

Technology gives fliers more control over their journeys
Technology gives fliers more control over their journeys

Speculation about the future of travel tends to focus on how aircraft are evolving to fly faster and carry more passengers in greater comfort, but often ignores the changes happening on the ground...

5 Dec 2014 12:11

Gautrain expansion pre-feasibility study completed
Gautrain expansion pre-feasibility study completed

PRETORIA: Gauteng MEC for Transport Ismail Vadi has announced that the pre-feasibility study on extending routes for the Gautrain services has been completed.

3 Dec 2014 07:57

SAA ups flights on continent
SAA ups flights on continent

PRETORIA: South African Airways (SAA) has upped the frequency of flights to key African destinations, it said on Tuesday, 2 December.

3 Dec 2014 08:02

New PRASA locomotives unveiled
New PRASA locomotives unveiled

Mosenngwa Mofi, the CEO of the Passenger Rail Services of South Africa (PRASA), says the unveiling of new locomotives will change the lives of commuters for the better...

2 Dec 2014 10:29

Power system to remain tight: Eskom
Power system to remain tight: Eskom

The power system is expected to remain very tight over the next few days, with Eskom doing all it can to avoid load shedding...

2 Dec 2014 11:07

Less flying has a positive impact on climate
Less flying has a positive impact on climate

Flying is the mode of transport with the highest greenhouse gas emissions per passenger kilometre - five times higher than driving...

By Franz Rentel 1 Dec 2014 09:41

Ngqura set to be Africa transhipment hub
Ngqura set to be Africa transhipment hub

Targeting handling one million containers this year, the Ngqura Container Terminal (NCT) is well on the way towards positioning itself as the main transhipment hub in Africa...

By Allan Williams 26 Nov 2014 09:43

More local airports seek to host flights to SADC
More local airports seek to host flights to SADC

Four of SA's smaller airports are seeking legislative changes that would allow them to operate flights to countries in the Southern African Development Community (SADC)...

By Andiswa Maqutu 25 Nov 2014 07:32

Transport department pledges not to bar Emirates from SA skies
Transport department pledges not to bar Emirates from SA skies

The Department of Transport early last week provided a public assurance that it will not prevent Emirates Airline from flying to SA...

By Carol Paton 24 Nov 2014 08:13

Minister intervenes in SAA debacle
Minister intervenes in SAA debacle

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said on Thursday, 20 November, that she had intervened in the impasse between chief executive of SAA Monwabisi Kalawe and the board of SAA‚ to ensure "a fair process" to resolve the matter...

By Carol Paton 24 Nov 2014 08:20

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