Abuja, Nigeria: Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday flagged off commercial train services on the country's first ever standard gauge rail track linking the capital Abuja with the northern city of Kaduna.
12 hours ago
Transnet Port Terminals received a number of awards at the NOSA Eastern Region Awards 2016. Recipients included TPT's Ngqura Container Terminal, Port Elizabeth Car Terminal and East London Car Terminal who were all awarded the Top Companies Award, achieving excellence as a leading Safety, Health, and Environmental (SHE) company.
1 day ago
Klipstone Transport (Pty) Ltd, a joint venture with Unitrans and AfriSam, assigned Acorn Foundation as their Corporate Social Investment representatives in a bid to provide Eldorado Park Primary school with a sustainable food solution and education. The project was launched on Mandela Day and will be completed by the end of September. Donations included a kitchen, two vegetable tunnels, bulk rainwater storage tanks, a junior driving school and educational materials.
Cari Van Wyk 1 day ago
New concepts in personal transport built on digital technologies could reduce the amount of cars needed on urban roads globally by up to 20 million vehicles per year in 2025, offering huge sustainability benefits and an improved experience for travellers. These are some of the key findings of new research published recently by BT and Frost & Sullivan.
2 days ago
The City of Joburg, in expanding its Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system, will bring the Rea Vaya bus service to Sandton Central within the next two years - boosting all modes of transport and easing traffic flow. The project is also adding improvements to infrastructure in Sandton Central through adding new bridges, widening main roads, upgrading pavements and signage, improving street lights and signals and the introduction of cycling and walking facilities.
2 days ago
Flying from Mthatha to Johannesburg will‚ from October 1‚ cost R799 - that is‚ if you take to the skies with new airline Fly Blue Crane.
Mkhululi Ndamase 20 Jul 2016
Tired of stomping the streets hunting for that elusive Pokémon? Private chauffeur services are offering to drive players around Cape Town and Johannesburg to hunt for the elusive virtual creatures - at R10 a kilometre.
20 Jul 2016