By submitting their vehicle and license details, AA members can avoid fines for lapsed vehicle licences and penalties for late renewals.
In support of Transport Month, Mercedes-Benz Trucks is offering free driver training to 200 Mercedes-Benz truck drivers.
Mahindra recently announced it would start assembling its products in SA in 2018.
Sanral has announced that its six to seven-year project of upgrading the N2 between Grahamstown and the Fish River Pass is progressing well.
Cross-border e-commerce is on the rise. According to a PayPal report released earlier this year, an estimated 1.4 million South Africans shopped internationally in 2016, spending an estimated R8.8 billion. The same report predicts South African online spend will exceed R53bn in 2018.
Lauren Hartzenberg 13 Oct 2017
Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ethiopian Aviation Academy, aimed at helping Tanzanian pilots and engineers undergo capacity building training in Ethiopia.
Iddy Mwema 13 Oct 2017
At the World Travel Awards Africa, which took place in Rwanda earlier this week, Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) was voted Africa's Leading Airport.
Vehicle-tracking group Cartrack will hire 300 people in the next 12 months to meet the demand for its products.
Uber has in the last four years of its operation in Africa, changed perspectives in the transportation system while using technology to drive economic transformation in the sector.
Emma Okonji 13 Oct 2017
The need for importers to view their supply chain processes as real assets rather than just a means to an end is now more important than ever, says Investec Import Solutions. With a slowing economy and weakening currency, businesses that import require greater visibility if they are to unlock value in their supply chains.
Earlier this week, the City of Cape Town's Mayoral Committee Member for Transport and Urban Development, Councillor Brett Herron, addressed the media about the city's intention to take over management of commuter rail in Cape Town.
As part of this year's Transport Month (OTM) campaign activities, the OR Tambo International Transport Indaba kicked off yesterday, Wednesday, 11 October 2017 and will run until Friday, 13 October 2017 at the Capital Hotel in Menlyn Maine in Pretoria, Gauteng.
The Minister of Transport, Joe Maswanganyi, together with the Member of the Executive Council (MEC) responsible for transport and public works in the Western Cape province, Donald Grant, recently undertook a site inspection to monitor progress on a R487m road infrastructure upgrade and development project on the N1 between Plattekloof Road and the Old Oak Interchange.