Swaziland Ratifies the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement

Swaziland has become the 98th World Trade Organisation (WTO) member to ratify the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA). Swaziland’s WTO ambassador Njabuliso Busisiwe Gwebu submitted his...

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Taking Security Over Rolling Stock in Southern Africa

Karin Krisch and Sheethal Nandkissor of global law firm Hogan Lovells published the below article on Lexology.com, a business-to-business platform that provides international legal analysis and...

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Swaziland Railway 2nd Local Rail Conference - 17 to 18 August 2016

Swaziland Railways will be hosting a local rail conference themed: Transformation of the Local Railway Sector to Realise Economic Growth, scheduled to take place from the 17 to 18 August 2016....

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Beware Phishing attempts by fraudsters using SR and Transnet documents

Swaziland Railways (SR) has issued a public warning this week stating that people purporting to represent either Transnet or Swaziland Railways are using fraudulent documents, containing the corporate...

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Swaziland Railways appoints a new board

The Swaziland Railway Strategic Development Plan took a positive direction on 13 June, with the appointment of a new board for the national railways operator. The Minister of Public Works...

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Transnet successfully delivers wagons to Swaziland Railways

Transnet Engineering (TE) has successfully rolled out the production of fuel tanker wagons and container wagons to Swaziland Railway. The contract between TE and Swaziland Railways for 90 wagons in...

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Transnet delivers wagons to Swaziland

Transnet Engineering officially handed over 45 of the 90 wagons ordered by their Swaziland counterpart Swaziland Rail (SR) at their Germiston depot on the 6 April. Of the 90 wagon order, 50 are...

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ROLE OF SWAZILAND RAILWAY EMPHASISED

Speaking at the first railway conference held at the Royal Villas, at eZulwini, Minister for Public Works and Transport Lindiwe Dlamini said since Swaziland is a landlocked country, it relies greatly...

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€150M FOR SWAZI RAIL LINK

Speaking during the Southern African Railways Association (Sara) board meeting held at the Royal Swazi Hotel in Mbabane, minister of public works and transport Lindiwe Dlamini recalled that the...

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SWAZI RAIL RELIES LARGELY ON TRANSIT TRAFFIC

From its own siding at Nsoko, Maloma Colliery despatches export coal and anthracite by rail to Richards Bay in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal. The only other mineral produced for sale currently in...

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