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
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has announced a large expenditure plan that will be anchored around the National Development Plan (NDP).
27 Feb 2014 07:53
People on the highveld will be able to party this weekend and still be able to catch the Gautrain home after midnight.
25 Feb 2014 09:18
Grindrod‚ a JSE-listed freight and logistics service provider‚ through its wholly owned subsidiary Grindrod Mauritius‚ will work with Zambia's Northwest Rail Company to build‚ operate and maintain a new 590km Cape gauge railway from Chingola in the Zambian copperbelt to the Angolan border.
By Mark Allix 5 Feb 2014 07:37
Battle lines are being drawn over who will install additional coal export capacity at the Richards Bay port‚ with the Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) and challenger RBTGrindrod both looking to bring in Transnet as a partner.
By Brendan Ryan 3 Feb 2014 12:03
The president of the Chamber of Mines‚ Mike Teke‚ has renewed his appeal to Transnet to collaborate with the Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) on further expansion to cater for junior black coal miners wanting access to export markets.
By Brendan Ryan 23 Jan 2014 08:47
Freight and logistics company Grindrod's subsidiary‚ Grindrod Freight Services (GFS)‚ has teamed up with the Pembani Remgro Infrastructure Fund (PRIF) to form a leasing joint venture.
21 Jan 2014 09:21
The Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) shipped a record 70.2m tons (mt) of coal last year‚ passing the 70mt mark for the first time.
By Brendan Ryan 9 Jan 2014 09:25
South Africa-based global pulp, paper and chemical cellulose maker Sappi is to ship all of its dissolving wood pulp exports originating at its Ngodwana mill in Mpumalanga, through DP World Maputo's dedicated container terminal in Mozambique.
By Mark Allix 17 Dec 2013 11:04
Sub-Saharan Africa is becoming an increasingly attractive investment frontier. With several of the fastest growing economies located in sub-Saharan Africa, companies from around the world are looking to enter the region in order to escape aggressive competition in their home markets and improve sales.
By James Milne, Sarah O'Carroll and Craig Parker 11 Dec 2013 11:34
Passenger numbers on the Gautrain rose almost 10% in the first week of tolling on some of Gauteng's highways, as many commuters chose to leave their cars at home and use public transport instead. Tolling on Gauteng's highways began on Tuesday last week.
By Nicky Smith 10 Dec 2013 05:38
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) has commissioned the South African arm of global engineering company Siemens to implement new world-class rail signalling systems and track upgrades on the Johannesburg and Pretoria rail passenger networks.
9 Dec 2013 12:40
SMEs need to avoid festive season delivery bottlenecks and this is particularly relevant given the escalating volumes of deliveries for online fulfilment as an increasing number of companies sell their products online.
By Shane de Beer 9 Dec 2013 09:21
The Bombela Concession Company has been ordered to fix the ingress of water into parts of the Gautrain's tunnel in Johannesburg.
28 Nov 2013 10:25
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