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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

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

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

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

Full steam ahead for resurgent Transnet
Full steam ahead for resurgent Transnet

Would Transnet Freight Rail CEO Siyabonga Gama have joined the state-owned rail company if he had known how tough the job would be?

By Paul Ash 24 Nov 2014 08:09

Transnet dumps coal terminal for now
Transnet dumps coal terminal for now

Transnet has decided to put off its plans to build a R15bn new terminal to complement the Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT).

By Andiswa Maqutu 31 Oct 2014 11:08

SA government 'notes' ratings downgrade by Japan
SA government 'notes' ratings downgrade by Japan

Government says it has taken note of the decision by Japanese based credit rating agency Ratings and Investment Information Inc (R&I) to downgrade South Africa's foreign and domestic currency ratings to "BBB+" and "A-" respectively.

31 Oct 2014 07:36

Eskom's warning to reduce power consumption this week
Eskom's warning to reduce power consumption this week

South Africa's electricity supply is expected to remain constrained for the rest of this week because various technical issues are being experienced at some power stations, says Eskom.

30 Oct 2014 11:04

National Treasury signals shift in SA's fiscal policy
National Treasury signals shift in SA's fiscal policy

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has tabled the 2014 Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS), which signals a shift in the country's fiscal policy through measures aimed at reducing the country's budget deficit and stabilising public debt.

23 Oct 2014 09:19

Current account deficit grows
Current account deficit grows

South Africa's current account deficit has increased to about 5.5% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) over the past two years.

23 Oct 2014 08:55

Higher profit pressure faces state-owned enterprises
Higher profit pressure faces state-owned enterprises

Members of Parliament have responded to Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's inaugural Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS), which he tabled in Parliament on Wednesday (22 October).

By Neo Semono 23 Oct 2014 08:26

Goods transported by land increase 3.4% in August
Goods transported by land increase 3.4% in August

The volume of goods transported by land (payload) increased by 3.4% in August 2014 compared with August 2013.

20 Oct 2014 15:17

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