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Ex-official rails against Transnet

Former legal affairs executive manager Harry Lekalakala, who is claiming constructive dismissal, says he was targeted for flagging serious misconduct.

Transnet official accused of misconduct sues for R1.1m

Senior executive Harry Lekalakala resigned after being served with a precautionary suspension over allegations of corruption and gross misconduct.

Consortium clings to ‘trade secrets’

The consortium awarded a multibillion-rand tender wants its shareholding details to remain a secret.

No more easy money for parastatal bosses

Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba has suspended pay rises for parastatal CEOs and board members until a remuneration policy has been set up.

Transnet commits R68bn to improve rail infrastructure

Transnet Freight Rail has set aside more than R68-billion to improve its infrastructure over the next three years.

Delivering development and growth for a nation

Transnet Freight Rail operates an iron ore line which is the only line of its kind in southern Africa and the world's second longest heavy haul line.

Transnet opens magnetite route

A unit of state-owned freight company Transnet has opened a line to transport magnetite for export after disruptions caused by damage to a bridge.

Transnet’s rolling mass action

Accused of failing industry, it is playing a swift game of infrastructure catch-up.

Party loyalists in line for top Transnet job

ANC, Cosatu and youth league leaders have been lobbying for the appointment of Lucky Montana or Siyabonga Gama as chief executive officer.

Newly developed tiger wire changes when melted down

The increasing rate of the amount of copper cables being stolen has put pressure on affected companies to implement interventions.

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Empowering the voice of women in leadership to enable full participation in their roles in leadership and decision making

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Surviving the tobacco ban

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Smokers hold thumbs for cigarette ban to be lifted

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Covid-19: Outlook on the economy, politics and labour

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Opt-in to Popia

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