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TPT celebrates 1bn ton iron-ore export milestone

19th August 2016 Transnet Port Terminals’ (TPT’s) Saldanha operations on Thursday celebrated a significant milestone – with one-billion tons of iron-ore having passed through the bulk terminal. Saldanha is South Africa's main iron-ore export terminal and a highly mechanised bulk-handling facility that remains the... 

Skiptainer helps PE terminal increase manganese export volumes

12th August 2016 Port operator Transnet Port Terminals’ (TPT’s) skiptainer solution has proven successful in meeting rising demand for the export of manganese, says TPT Port Elizabeth (PE) terminal manager Nelisiwe Mbenekazi. She says that there was significant demand abroad for manganese, but TPT was unable to... 

TPT Richards Bay assists international vessel in avoiding disaster

13th June 2016 Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) Richards Bay last month assisted Italian vessel MV Peppino Bottiglieri, which had caught fire and needed urgent laybye berth in Richards Bay. In a statement released on Monday, TPT said the vessel was carrying coal destined for Malaysia when the crew discovered cargo... 

Nair confirmed as TFR chief as Transnet unveils new team

18th May 2016 Freight logistics group Transnet on Wednesday unveiled its new leadership team and structure, which the State-owned company said was in line with revisions to its operating model and its aspiration to capture new market opportunities. Group CEO Siyabonga Gama, who was recently confirmed as the... 
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Moyane says complaints about Sars damaging the economy

South African Revenue Service commissioner Tom Moyane told MPs on Tuesday that attacks on the organisation were damaging the South African economy as it had led to lower levels of tax compliance. “Those who launch unwarranted attacks on Sars should know that they are impacting negatively on our... 

South Africa's drought a 'harvest of dysfunction' – Oxfam

The ongoing drought has exposed "hazardous shortcomings" in the planning and management of the country’s water resources, according to report by Oxfam SA released on Tuesday. Government officials and politicians calling the drought a "God-given" event, and their palpable relief that rain had... 
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