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Know the traffic fine rules with MiWay's free e-book
Know the traffic fine rules with MiWay's free e-book

Do you know your rights? Do you know the rules and obligations applicable to you and the officer when a Metro police officer pulls you over? If not, you can educate yourself with MiWay's new free e-book which makes complete, accurate and detailed information about traffic fines available to every South African motorist.

29 Jul 2015 08:56

Joburg mayor: No e-tolls on my roads
Joburg mayor: No e-tolls on my roads

Johannesburg mayor Parks Tau says he will fight the rollout of e-tolls onto Johannesburg's municipal roads.

By Olebogeng Molatlhwa 29 Jul 2015 08:28



Steloy Castings IRIS accredited
Steloy Castings IRIS accredited

Steloy Castings has announced their IRIS (International Railway Industry Standard) accreditation, marking a significant milestone for the company. IRIS is pivotal in complementing the internationally recognised ISO 9001 quality standard with a key focus on highlighting rail specific requirements.

28 Jul 2015 07:00

When driving supply chain performance, visibility is key
When driving supply chain performance, visibility is key

At its heart, supply chain management requires a balancing of operational efficiency, customer satisfaction and quality. Managing the true cost to serve for each and every order is the aspiration to allow better negotiation and value creation across the supply chain. Customer and consumer centricity helps anticipate product and service requirements.

By David Telford 28 Jul 2015 06:30

Proudly South African Mango partners with local innovators
Proudly South African Mango partners with local innovators

Mango, South Africa's low-cost airline has invested in locally developed middleware technology from Globetom. Globetom specialises in mission-critical software used in various IT industry verticles.

28 Jul 2015 06:00

Serco offers side roll-up door for truck bodies
Serco offers side roll-up door for truck bodies

The Robinson Shutter, an aluminium side roll up door, has recently been introduced by Serco for local dry freight customers.

27 Jul 2015 12:18

South Africa gets first drone pilot instructor
South Africa gets first drone pilot instructor

The first man to collect his Remote Pilot Licence (RPL) with Instructor Rating from SA Civil Aviation Authority is Ian Melamed.

27 Jul 2015 08:56

PRASA off track with crucial upgrades
PRASA off track with crucial upgrades

The Passenger Rail Agency of SA (PRASA) is severely behind schedule on upgrades necessary for its new trains procured in a R51bn contract.

24 Jul 2015 11:43

Anger as airline lifts ban on hunting trophies
Anger as airline lifts ban on hunting trophies

Animal welfare activists on Thursday decried a decision by South Africa's national air carrier to reverse a ban on the transportation of hunting trophies.

24 Jul 2015 10:44

SARS unveils high-tech cargo container scanner
SARS unveils high-tech cargo container scanner

CAPE TOWN: The launch of a high-tech cargo container scanner is an "end game" for the trade of illicit goods, says South African Revenue Service (SARS) Commissioner Tom Moyane.

24 Jul 2015 10:21

© Johan Swanepoel – 123RF.com
SAA lifts ban on hunting trophies

South African Airways has lifted the embargo on the transportation and export of rhino, elephant, lion and tiger trophies.

24 Jul 2015 07:03

Work on OSSB at the Port of Saldanha has commenced
Work on OSSB at the Port of Saldanha has commenced

Construction on Transnet National Ports Authority's new Off-Shore Supply Base (OSSB) at the Port of Saldanha has commenced. This, one of three priority projects earmarked for the Port of Saldanha under the South African government's Operation Phakisa initiative.

23 Jul 2015 11:19