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Critical infrastructure blackouts top business risk in SA – Allianz

For the second consecutive year, international financial services provider Allianz’s Risk Barometer indicates that critical infrastructure blackouts attributed to power outages and the failure of ports, railways and road businesses pose the greatest risk for businesses operating in South Africa. The Allianz Risk Barometer compiles a yearly list of the top global business risks, based on the insights of more than 3 000 risk management professionals.

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Fuel price hike will impact consumers and the road freight industry – RFA

Fuel is quickly crossing the 50% mark as a share of daily roadway transportation operating expense, depending upon the type of transportation operation, with increasing expenses likely to be handed down to the customer, says Road Freight Association (RFA) CEO Gavin Kelly. He says there are “alarming projections” of large fuel increases heading towards the South African economy in March.

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Up to 12% of Gauteng motorists still paying their e-toll bills, says Outa

Between 10% and 12% of road users in Gauteng are still spending for e-tolls, despite the October 2022 announcement by Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana that e-tolls would be scrapped, Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) CEO Wayne Duvenhage has said. Speaking at the South African Real Estate Investment Trust 2024 conference, in Johannesburg, on February 15, he stated that, in spite of Godongwana’s statement, federal government had still not officially ended e-tolls, allowing billing to continue for more than a year past its stated end date.

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Competition, collaboration needed for an efficient logistics network in South Africa A panel of experts discuss the current state of South Africa’s transport and rail systems and what needs to be done to improve the country’s logistics performance.

Competition is very important to create performances in the logistics and transport network, however partnership is similarly necessary to guarantee that all the public and personal sector role-players can meet their roles in the recovery and improvement of South Africa’s underperforming logistics systems. Transport experts throughout the ‘How to deliver socioeconomic advancement through a stronger transport system’ webinar, hosted by Creamer Media on October 18, stressed that transport and logistics are basically about the economy and stressed that the design of the network must fit the needs of the users and neighborhoods.

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Bambili close to finishing feasibility study on hydrogen fuel cell power system for Anglo’s …

Diversified mining major Anglo American has actually chosen hydrogen energy solutions business Bambili Energy to deploy a 2 MW hydrogen fuel cell power system lighthouse task to offer electrical energy at its headquarters in Rosebank, Johannesburg, South Africa. Bambili Energy CEO Zanele Mavuso Mbatha said on February 12 in Johannesburg that the company would provide a bespoke 2 MW hydrogen fuel cell power system by beneficiating platinum produced by its Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) subsidiary.

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Competition, collaboration needed for an efficient logistics network in South Africa A panel of experts discuss the current state of South Africa’s transport and rail systems and what needs to be done to improve the country’s logistics performance.

Competition is essential to develop efficiencies in the logistics and transportation network, but collaboration is likewise needed to make sure that all the personal and public sector role-players can fulfill their roles in the healing and enhancement of South Africa’s underperforming logistics systems. Transport experts throughout the ‘How to deliver socioeconomic advancement through a stronger transportation system’ webinar, hosted by Creamer Media on October 18, stressed that transport and logistics are basically about the economy and worried that the style of the network should fit the requirements of the users and communities.

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Competition, collaboration needed for an efficient logistics network in South Africa A panel of experts discuss the current state of South Africa’s transport and rail systems and what needs to be done to improve the country’s logistics performance.

Competition is necessary to produce efficiencies in the logistics and transportation network, however cooperation is likewise required to guarantee that all the public and private sector role-players can meet their functions in the healing and improvement of South Africa’s underperforming logistics systems. Transport professionals throughout the ‘How to provide socioeconomic development through a stronger transportation system’ webinar, hosted by Creamer Media on October 18, stressed that transport and logistics are basically about the economy and worried that the design of the network must suit the requirements of the communities and users.

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