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Bonus points with new Rea Vaya system
Bonus points with new Rea Vaya system

The City of Johannesburg introduced a new system for purchasing Rea Vaya Rapid Transport fares, offering passengers significant benefits...

1 day ago

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Telematics technology key to transport sector's survival

The fleet industry, like many others, is in a constant state of flux with the recent...

29 Apr 2016

Catching a #viewfromtheroad with Barloworld Transport
Catching a #viewfromtheroad with Barloworld Transport

Barloworld Transport is showcasing the beauty along South Africa's roads on Instagram through a novel collaboration with top Instagram gurus...

28 Apr 2016

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SADC fuel channel expansion opens opportunities for logistics partners

Energy companies will require local networks of logistics partners to make these imports cost-effective. Hennie van Wyk believes there are three vital areas to get right...

28 Apr 2016

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The keys to success for expanding into Africa

The efforts of many South African manufacturers to expand into Africa have failed. According to speakers lined-up for the 2016 SAPICS conference, they make two mistakes...

22 Apr 2016

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Bay must fork out for assessment of buses

The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has to fork out R145,246 for condition assessments on the city's 25 Integrated Public Transport System (IPTS) buses...

By Rochelle de Kock 22 Apr 2016

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Supply chain failures can be prevented, says SAPICS GM

Supply chain failure can result in empty store shelves, infrastructure in various states of breakdown...

19 Apr 2016

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Gauteng looking to establish 'centre for transport excellence'

The Gauteng provincial government is looking to establish a "centre for transport excellence" in Tshwane similar to those in Singapore and Dubai...

By Andiswa Maqutu 19 Apr 2016

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Proposed truck ban could hike price of basic food

New regulations banning trucks on urban roads during peak hours could trigger a spike in the cost of essential goods...

By Colleen Goko 18 Apr 2016

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New cabs service to revolutionise metered taxi industry

SA Taxi aims to revolutionise the metered - or point to point - taxi industry by including the metered industry in its portfolio through establishing the Zebra Cabs brand...

15 Apr 2016

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Who will be the Highway Heroes of 2016?

Regent Insurance launched the 2016 Highway Heroes campaign. A cash prize will be awarded to South Africa's top three truck drivers and...

13 Apr 2016

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Additional costs stack up against road transport operators

The 30 cents a litre increase in the fuel levy, another interest rates increase and recent consignor/consignee legislation will add more layers of cost...

12 Apr 2016

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New dual carriageway plan to alleviate traffic

Transport for Cape Town in collaboration with the Richmond Park Development Company will embark on a major project to turn Plattekloof Road into a dual carriageway and...

11 Apr 2016

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Self-drive trucks 'future of Europe's busy highways'

Six convoys of semi-automated 'smart' trucks arrived in Rotterdam's harbour after an experiment its organisers say will revolutionise future road transport on Europe's busy highways...

8 Apr 2016

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Transnet ports task team in place for large grain imports

Transnet Port Terminals has set up a task team to prepare its facilities for the seven million tonnes of grain that will be imported to compensate for a shortage...

By Nompumelelo Magwaza 8 Apr 2016

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Plans for private investment in Transnet and state airlines take off

Plans to attract private investment into state-owned companies are gaining momentum, with proposals for Transnet and the airline sector under development...

By Carol Paton 7 Apr 2016

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Managing fuel efficiency in the face of rising costs

The latest round of fuel price increases are going to hit consumers hard, with disposable income coming under increasing pressure as the cost of living soars...

7 Apr 2016

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Which city in SA has the most traffic congestion?

TomTom has released the results from the TomTom Traffic Index 2016, detailing the cities around the world with the most traffic congestion - and it's bad news for...

6 Apr 2016

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Fall in Easter road deaths

The number of fatalities on South Africa's roads this Easter weekend is likely to be lower than in previous years, said Transport Department spokesman Ishmael Mnisi...

By Nivashni Nair and Taschica Pillay 29 Mar 2016

Sanral to send the sheriff to collect debt
Sanral to send the sheriff to collect debt

You can run, but you can't hide - the SA National Roads Agency Limited is coming for you...

By Leonie Wagner 22 Mar 2016

Elegant Fuel tanker to travel across TV screens soon
Elegant Fuel tanker to travel across TV screens soon

Celebrating its growth and expansion plans, the Elegant Group will premiere a television commercial that features an Elegant Fuel tanker travelling the length of South Africa...

18 Mar 2016

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SA Florist: Delivery in the dawn of the on-demand revolution

Same-day, all-day delivery? Yup, SA Florist launched it's revolutionary, Uber-style Zoom Bloom delivery service in response to the On-Demand Economy and consumers becoming...

By Cari Van Wyk 18 Mar 2016

It's Epic! - Part 1
It's Epic! - Part 1

The ABSA Cape Epic covers 654 km of gruelling terrains, so it's not without its thrills and spills...

18 Mar 2016

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#BrandManagerMonth: A brand is a promise

I can confidently say that every brand has many stories to tell - these stories engage, inform, surprise, delight, and impact their audience... and I am the conduit between the brand and the media.

By Cari Van Wyk 17 Mar 2016

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More Jozi traffic snarls

Motorists can expect more traffic nightmares in the future as the City of Johannesburg is intensifying its plans to have more dedicated lanes for public transport...

17 Mar 2016

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Top tips from corporate experts: how to innovate

Innovative companies manage to anticipate trends and meet future market demand while at the same time responding to current market drivers...

By Juliet Prowse 16 Mar 2016

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Medu Capital adds to portfolio of established enterprises

Medu Capital (Pty) Ltd, a South African private equity company focused on established medium sized owner-managed businesses, today announced

14 Mar 2016

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Speed buzzer reins in taxi drivers

A loud warning tone activated when speeding, has triggered a dramatic improvement in minibus taxi driver behaviour...

14 Mar 2016

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Gauteng wants one transport

Can a transport authority transform the notorious minibus taxi industry in Gauteng? That is the hope of the Gauteng government as it begins its consultative process for...

10 Mar 2016

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