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The Tambo Springs Logistic Gateway is Finally Here

Johannesburg: 05 June 2019 – Transnet SOC Ltd and Southern Palace Joint Venture Consortium today announced a historic public and private sector partnership for a twenty-year concession for the construction of the Tambo Springs Intermodal Terminal in Gauteng. Southern Palace Joint Venture Consortium has been awarded the concession by Transnet for the design, financing, construction,…

Transnet execs seek balance between efficiency improvements, growth opportunities

It is not about pouring concrete and spending, it is a war of efficiency, Transnet group executive of new business growth and diversification Herbert Msagala told a select special interest group convened at the Transport Forum, in Durban, on Thursday. In what he ultimately labelled an “honest and robust” discussion, Transnet executives and management revealed…

Gauteng to see first highway to be built in 40 Years

The department has reassured motorists the road won’t be funded by e-tolts. The Gauteng Roads and Transport Department plans to build the first new highway in Gauteng in 40 years., reports the Kempton Express (http://kemptonexpress.co.za/151827/first-highway-built-40-years-runs-ekurhuleni/). The 35km long PWV15 road will support the development of an Aerotropolis at OR Tambo International Airport and the Tambo-Springs…

Transnet invites private sector bids to build and operate new Gauteng inland port

Stated-owned freight logistics utility Transnet has issued a request for proposals (RFP) inviting private logistics companies to design, build, operate, maintain, and eventually hand over an inland container terminal, earmarked for Tambo-Springs, in eastern Gauteng. The 20-year concession would be Transnet’s biggest private sector participation project to date and would be located in Ekurhuleni along…

Transport is key to changing lives

Safe, integrated transport empowers people, touches lives and connects families and communities, writes Ismael Vadi. Johannesburg – There is an old Chinese saying: “When you want to make the lives of the community better, build a road.” Building of roads and public transport infrastructure therefore goes beyond asphalt and bitumen. Safe, integrated transport touches lives,…

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