Cargo capacity between the Ethiopian capital and the Gulf of Aden will be increased by 100%.
Raft of investment areas outlined after Angolan president’s White House visit.
TFR will increase the number of trains servicing the coal line to reduce road congestion.
More reimbursements sought for duplicate payments to legal firms.
“Transporters have requested the reinstatement of the old processing system.” – Cargo Movement Update
Progress has been made with plans to get 400 trucks off the road in 2024.
“Chasing profits often leads to more driver fatigue and greater risk of injury to road users.” – Justin Manson, Webfleet
‘Profit’ of R225 000 banked in one day through the issuing of fraudulent licences. – RTMC.
Short-term interventions improve rail services and cargo handling for the Richards Bay port.
“Heads must roll” he asserts, and he believes backlog can be overcome.
Commercial vehicle safety on trade corridors is an economic necessity and not only a human concern.
If municipalities cannot handle maintenance of its roads the government will do it.