14-11-2011 -Cabinet has approved the decision to direct the Transnet National Ports Authority to license Transnet Port Terminals to operate the Port of Ngqura for an interim period of three years. Cabinet took the decision at its meeting on Wednesday, saying it was “subject to Transnet National Ports Authority... Read more
Transnet says that it has started the approval process of Phase 2A of the expansion of the Port of Ngqura to expand capacity from 800 000 containers a year to 1.5 million. In the transport parastatal’s annual report, CEO Brian Molefe says this is being done as a result... Read more
24-10-2011 – Despite tough trading conditions brought about by the recent economic downturn and a sluggish post-recession, the Port of East London is poised to benefit from substantial growth and development in the short to medium term. This optimism springs in part, from the massive R2 billion re-investment by Daimler... Read more
TRANSNET National Ports Authority has vowed to actively and aggressive develop South Africa’s harbour infrastructure and its terminal capacity, both ahead of demand and in partnership with the private sector. CEO Tau Morwe said the TNPA would spend over R23 billion over the next five years on terminal infrastructure... Read more
East London: Home to first maritime high school in SA
Nxarhuni Village, outside East London, is set to become home to the first maritime school in South Africa as part of the South Africa Maritime Safety Authority’s (SAMSA) plan to improve the country’s maritime economy. SAMSA has adopted Ngwenyathi High School and plans are afoot to launch it as... Read more

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