South African Company First Cut Celebrates 60 Years’ In Operation

With 60 years of industry experience, First Cut is a leading South African distributor of a range of cutting consumables and capital equipment. The company supplies cutting consumables, machines and...

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First Air-Rail Conference Held In Johannesburg

The Global AirRail Alliance (GARA) is a member-based international organisation that provides a platform for stakeholders in transport planning and infrastructure development to share ideas and best...

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Railways Africa to Feature DCD Ringrollers

DCD Ringrollers, part of the DCD Group, operates a world-class press forge facility in Vereeniging, Gauteng, specialising in the manufacture of seamless forged products for the rail, petrochemical,...

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Forthcoming COMESA Summit To Tackle Integration Challenges

The top decision making organs of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) are scheduled to begin meeting, Monday 10 October 2016 in Antananarivo, Madagascar ahead of the...

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South African Company Takes On The Global Market

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Vodacom Sign a R1bn Fibre Deal with PRASA

The telecommunications group Vodacom has recently announced that it has entered into a 15-year strategic partnership deal with the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) valued at more than R1...

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Metrorail Resumes Services On Central Line

Recently reported in Railways Africa NewsExpress, Western Cape Metrorail was forced to suspend passenger rail services in on its Khayelitsha / Kapteinsklip / Sarepta line on 21 September, as a result...

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Level Crossing Accident Near Stellenbosch

A level crossing accident, which occurred between Koelenhof and Muldersvlei, near Stellenbosch in the Western Cape, has resulted in severe damage to a Metrorail passenger train on 22 September. The...

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Improved Freight Rail Logistics Performance Needed

According to The Port Management Association for Eastern and Southern Africa (PMAESA) secretary general, Nozipho Mdawe: “Improved port connectivity with rail networks and better logistics performance...

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Trade Agreements In The Spotlight At KZN Export Week

South Africa's increasing international presence has led to several trade agreements being negotiated with other countries. Facilitating the growth of the country's export markets, these favourable...

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