Chief Executive Officer Marius Swanepoel has won the Sustainability Leadership Award in recognition of making African supply chains more environmentally friendly
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Calle Schlettwein, Minister for Trade and Industry in Namibia, has highlighted the need for improvements in the logistics sector in order to achieve national development goals
New research carried out by experts at the University of Johannesburg has discovered that many companies are suffering from acute skills shortages in the supply chain
One of Africa's largest companies has bought a stake in a leading Nigerian logistics provider in a bid to increase its representation in the country
Advances in technology are changing the way consumers want to conduct business and as a consequence financial institutions need to get with the programme
An aggressive expansion strategy has allowed the world's leading express services provider to widen its footprint across Africa and secure its number one status
Resellers that bring in technology specialists to assess the size and scope of a potential new customer implementation, have a better understanding when to take the business forward or when to simply walk away
Expanded service offering gives a specialised logistics service provider the edge in winning a new contract with Joy Global Mining
The company behind a new system which has been implemented to track Toyota's car deliveries to South Africa says it is reaping rewards
A leading UK-based sustainability guru is to share his insights with South African supply chain professionals
Proposals to connect Rwanda and Tanzania with The East African Community railway line would lower transportation costs for goods and boost the economy
DHL Global Forwarding opens first office in Tripoli to provide international freight, domestic and cross-border trucking services
A roundtable meeting between officials of the two countries has provided a solution which could benefit Rwandan businesses over the coming years
The continent continues to soar across multiple industries as it takes the lead in the latest air freight statistics
A row over pay between transport union chiefs and the Department of Labour looks set to spread to South Africa's ports fuelling fears that retailers and businesses could be adversely affected
One city's recent growth exemplifies the development and regeneration occurring across the entire African continent
Michael Druce, Managing Director of DHL South Africa, believes people management and in-house training leads company culture and promotes a can-do spirit
External investments are helping to drag the Somali economy from famine to fortune in the face of common misconceptions
Passenger and logistic company Pioneer Corporation Africa has revealed dramatic growth at its annual general meeting
State-owned port operator will form partnerships with other African ports
Award-winning AgriManagr app assists more than 300,000 farmers
Seven-year period will see billions spent on infrastructure
Transnet Port Terminals will invest in improving efficiency and expanding ports over next seven years
Mobile insurance scheme Kilimo Salama helping Africa's small scale farmers
Anglo-Dutch company's offer subject to approval from authorities in Mozambique
Flights from Dubai to Zambia and Zimbabwe added to flight network
South Africa's state-owned transport company hopes line will be fully operational by 2021
NATO staistics reveal that number of attacks reduced from 45 in 2010 to 24 in 2011
Food producer will work with Fair Labor Association to tackle problem in Ivory Coast
Democratic Alliance hands over petition to Gauteng legislature against toll fees
South African government says country needs to strengthen its importance on global stage
International airport in northern city of Nacala will attract tourists and investment
World's largest drinks manufacturer will invest $12 billion in Africa by 2020
Currently, Africa, along with the Middle East, is at the forefront of aviation developments. Africa has an estimated $ 3.2 billion worth of airport projects coming up in countries including Sudan, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Morocco and South Africa, according to airport suppliers directory, Airport International.
Following the successful approval of landing rights from the Angolan authorities, customers will be able to fly with Kenya Airways nonstop every Tuesday and Friday to one of the most dynamic cities in Africa. The announcement comes shortly after the 33-year old airline started flights to Juba in Southern Sudan in June.
The BCI increased steadily to 84.2 in April 2010 but, with the decline in May, the BCI is only 0.8 points higher than in January 2010, which neutralized the gains in business confidence in 2010. This May, only four BCI sub-indices were positive on a month-on-month basis compared to nine in April.
The new service, which is scheduled to begin September 4, will connect Delta's Atlanta hub and Roberts International Airport in Monrovia with a stop in Accra, Ghana.
According to Chris de Vos, General Secretary of the United Transport and Allied Trade Union (UTATU), the ongoing strike by the South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Union (SATAWU) and UTATU at Transnet, which is
The two Unions involved in the strike, which is now in its second week, claim to represent some 85 percent of Transnet’s workforce combined.
Effective this Wednesday, customers will be able to purchase a single itinerary for travel on flights of both carriers in one transaction, enjoying a convenient connecting service between all JetBlue cities and 40 cities in the SAA network via JFK.
Codeshare flights begin today and are in addition to United's previously announced nonstop service between Chicago and Brussels that launched earlier this year. United customers are now able to purchase tickets on Brussels Airlines-operated flights between Brussels and 12 African destinations, as well as 24 European destinations.
JSE-listed automotive and logistics group Imperial is seeking more acquisitions, CEO Hubert Brody has said. Announcing the company’s interim results for the six months ended December, he said the past period of restructuring had resulted in a “strong balance sheet and right-sizing of our portfolio of businesses”.