The Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa), which operates commuter and long-distance passenger trains, launched its Gauteng Nerve Centre, a single control point for the agency in the province. This comes as Prasa is spending billions of rand on its rail systems and new rolling stock to replace its ageing fleet.
6 Oct 2015 14:50
The Railway Safety Regulator says it has received 80%-90% of the reports it needs on the testing of the Passenger Rail Agency of SA's (Prasa's) controversial Spanish locomotives, with the regulator's final report expected within the next two weeks.
6 Oct 2015 10:34
DHL Express will launch its Growing Beyond Borders entrepreneurial training program in sub-Saharan Africa in the coming weeks - an innovative programme specifically designed to help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) understand the economic potential of international trade and the subsequent benefits to their businesses.
6 Oct 2015 06:14
The South African government plans to use the potential of the oceans economy to address the challenges of poverty, unemployment and inequality. The ocean covers 70% of the earth's surface and is an important source of food, energy and minerals.
By Heather Nel 5 Oct 2015 09:37
The effective management of resources and the reduction of energy consumption and wastage are important elements of Cathay Pacific's sustainability strategy.
5 Oct 2015 09:24
None of Johannesburg's transport corridors has enough passenger demand to justify the Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transit (brT) system, yet the project should be seen as a long-term investment, the City of Johannesburg says.
2 Oct 2015 11:59
The City of Johannesburg will use the transport month of October and its EcoMobility World Festival in Sandton to encourage people to continue not using their cars long after the festivities have ended.
2 Oct 2015 08:30
South African Airways (SAA) needed another government guarantee - the second in half-a-year, the Treasury said. Such a guarantee, of an unspecified amount, would enable it to sign off its annual financial statements for 2014-15 as a going concern.
1 Oct 2015 13:59
The Western Cape and the City of Cape Town will not get any road upgrades for the next 20 years - if at all - if a plan to toll the N1 and N2 routes in the city does not come to fruition. Sanral made this threat after the Cape Town High Court yesterday ruled against its proposed N1/N2 Winelands highway tolling project.
1 Oct 2015 08:29
Judges Ashley Binns-Ward and Nolwazi Boqwana set aside the approvals that would enable SANRAL to toll sections of the N1 and N2 freeways in Cape Town and so the Western Cape High Court ruled in favour of the City of Cape Town
30 Sep 2015 14:28
PRETORIA: The Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) - Standard Bank Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Export Incubator will support two objectives of government which are incubation roll-out and export promotion, says Trade and Industry Minister, Dr Rob Davies.
30 Sep 2015 12:03
PRETORIA: Economic cooperation and trade between China and South Africa which have developed fast, have potential for growth, says Trade and Industry Minister, Dr Rob Davies.
30 Sep 2015 11:32
SA's formal sector shed jobs in the second quarter, which is not surprising given the economic contraction over the period. The sector employed an estimated 8.944 million people in the second quarter, down from 8.945 million employees in the first quarter, Statistics SA's latest Quarterly Employment Statistics (QES) survey showed.
30 Sep 2015 10:50