Transport Minister Jeff Radebe has brushed off concerns about the effect of a power shortage on SA’s readiness for the Soccer World Cup, saying that transport preparations were progressing well.

Construction on the King Shaka International Airport, which will replace the existing Durban International Airport, will continue full-steam ahead

Airports Company SA (Acsa) said yesterday that it would spend R19,3bn over the next five years to expand the capacity of its airport infrastructure.

Transport Minister Jeff Radebe and Eastern Cape Transport MEC Thobile Mhlahlo have launched the Blue Skyway Aviation Initiative at the Bhisho airport

Wednesday, 01 February 2006 02:00

Black players take 25% of Sanlam property arm

A group of black investors including Transport Minister Jeff Radebe's wife Bridgette and new entrants, has bought a 25% stake in Sanlam's property loan stock company, Vukile Property Fund, for R439 million.

Monday, 06 December 2004 02:00

ECape to revive underutilised railway


Bisho - The Eastern Cape government has proposed to host a railway indaba next year at which the vastly underutilised railway network in the province will be on the spotlight.

Wednesday, 23 June 2004 02:00

Dube TradePort to be fast-tracked

South Africa's first multi-modal logistics platform, the Dube TradePort, as well as the King Shaka International Airport will be fast tracked, says Transport Minister Jeff Radebe.

Friday, 21 May 2004 02:00

Radebe opens new PE airport terminal


Transport Minister Jeff Radebe has officially opened a new R30 million Port Elizabeth airport terminal - and announced that his department is facilitating the ferrying of visitors from England and Ireland directly to the city.

Thursday, 26 February 2004 02:00

Eskom plays key role in Congo project: Radebe

South Africa has released details of its extensive involvement by its power parastatal in African countries, including a large slice in the five nation Inga III scheme on the Congo River, which is projected to be the largest hydroelectric power project in the world.

Friday, 13 February 2004 02:00

SA unfazed by Maputo port's popularity

The government was as yet not too concerned about the growing trend from exporters to divert traffic through Maputo's port rather than the congested Durban port.

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