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Eastern Cape province to host Seafarers Day 2017 celebrations

Pretoria: June 20, 2017:

The Eastern Cape, South Africa’s 2nd largest province by coastline along the Indian Ocean, will be the venue for this year’s local celebrations of the international Seafarers Day on Sunday, June 25. 457 more words

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Could SAMSA get a permanent CEO by the end of this month?

Acting CEO of the South African Maritime Safety Authority, Sobantu Tilayi, recently jested that he could have pronounced himself as the permanent position holder when he stepped into the Minister of Transport’s shoes to deliver a speech at the eThekwini Maritime Summit during April. 187 more words


24 April 2017 - Happy Easter Mr Minister

Newly installed Minister of Transport Joe Maswanganyi, who replaced Dipuo Peters in the cabinet reshuffle, announces the Easter road fatality statistics.


Tips for aviation accident research, part 2

By Mathieu Sabourin

In our previous blog post on civilian aviation accidents, we covered the main search principles for finding files on this topic in our archives. 600 more words

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We want your views -how will HS2 affect you?

Residents in Wythenshawe are receiving letters this week explaining how they will be affected by the high speed rail track which has been given the green light. 365 more words


South Africa to beef up ocean environment protection against pollution: Department of Transport

South Africa also boasts cheapest tariffs for merchant shipping sector than any other ports in the world: National Ports Regulator

Xhariep Dam (Free State): 30 September 2016… 463 more words

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No new Roads

Veteran direct activists from prominent anti-road protest campaigns of the early nineties occupy the reception of the Department of Transport, London to read their statement “bicycle d-lock pledge” in opposition to the governments relaunched road building programmes.