road transport

 
TCSM celebrates 50 years of excellence
TCSM celebrates 50 years of excellence
The University of Johannesburg (UJ) Department of Transport and Supply Chain Management (TSCM), housed in the Johannesburg Business School, College...
Retirement fund a reliable constant in members' lives
Retirement fund a reliable constant in members' lives
The strength of the Transport Sector Retirement Fund (TSRF) is the quality of its governance structures and the capability of its board of trustees...
Sustainable transport key to sustainable development
Sustainable transport key to sustainable development
South Africa’s transport sector contributes 17% to the country’s gross domestic product and creates almost 30% of formal employment, which is...
​Godzilla’s little sister
​Godzilla’s little sister
There’s a tiny car in our garage that my partner stubbornly refuses to sell. It’s a 2009 Nissan Micra 1.9 Dci — a tar bubble...
Hot race at entry level for South Africa's best pre-owned car
Hot race at entry level for South Africa's best pre-owned car
The winners of the 2018 Gumtree Auto Pre-Owned Awards will be announced on October 8 at a gala event in Johannesburg.
Mobility: South Africans have to find local solutions to solve congestion problems
Mobility: South Africans have to find local solutions to solve congestion problems
Mobility is a hot topic in local innovation, and solutions will need to be as varied as the challenges. If you’ve lived in any of South Africa’s major cities, it’s easy to understand why mobility is something that’s on everyone’s minds. Train delays affect rail commuters,...
Sanral bears brunt of lack of government clarity on e-tolls
Sanral bears brunt of lack of government clarity on e-tolls
The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) has collected R5.6-billion less in e-toll fees than budgeted, mostly because there is no clarity...
Engen: We have contingency plans for strike
Engen: We have contingency plans for strike
Engen has contingency plans should Tuesday's strike by transport workers go ahead, the fuel distributor said on Monday.
Ban on Roadlink's 'killing machines' dropped
Ban on Roadlink's 'killing machines' dropped
KwaZulu-Natal transport minister Bheki Cele on Thursday called national bus operator SA Roadlink a "killing machine" and "a coffin on wheels".

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