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Budget airline continues to refine its service and aircraft mix

By: Rebecca Campbell     17th August 2018 Pan-African low cost carrier Fastjet (which operates under the brand fastjet) is continuing its programme of optimising its services, routes, and fleet, to restore its financial health, ensure it becomes a sustainable going concern, and thereafter achieve consistent profitability. “As a... 

Low cost airline Fastjet makes further changes to its market offering

By: Rebecca Campbell     6th August 2018 Pan-African low cost carrier Fastjet (which operates under the brand fastjet) is continuing its programme of optimising its services, routes, and fleet, it reported on Monday. The aim is to restore its financial health, ensure it becomes a sustainable going concern, and thereafter achieve... 

Johannesburg ranked most visited city in Africa

By: African News Agency      10th October 2017 South Africa’s most-populated city, Johannesburg, has emerged as the most popular destination city in Africa in 2016 followed by Cape Town, according to the annual Mastercard Global Destination Cities Index released on Tuesday. The Mastercard Global Destination Cities Index showed that... 

Aim-listed miner developing Moz limestone project and associated forestry, tourism operations

By: Keith Campbell     1st September 2017 Mozambican newspaper “Diário de Moçambique”, which is published in the port city of Beira, capital of Sofala province, has reported that the TCT–Indústrias Florestais (TCT-IF) company is to invest $3-million into its Catapu limestone project. The newspaper cited TCT-IF manager James Whaite as its... 

Another Mozambique coal railway project develops, while country is hit by debt scandal 

By: Keith Campbell     6th May 2016 The international tender for the construction of a new railway to link Mozambique’s coal fields to the coast closed at the end of last week. The project is being developed by Thai Moçambique Logística, a joint venture between Thailand-based Italian Thai Development Company, which has a 60% share,... 

Fears increase over the stability of Lake Kariba dam wall and possible disaster 

By: African News Agency      16th October 2015 With the rainy season on the horizon, the panic level among-millions of Mozambicans is rising by the day in fear of a growing possibility of the collapse of the ageing Kariba Dam wall. The collapse of the decades-old wall would send billions of tonnes of water rushing downstream and on to... 

Mozambique’s coal sector still embattled, but bottlenecks should soon go

By: Keith Campbell     16th October 2015 Although Mozambique is an established producer of heavy mineral sands and high-quality rubies and, although important high-quality graphite projects will soon start operation and gold is likely to be added to the country’s mining portfolio in the near future, it cannot be doubted that the mining... 

German truck group’s dealership network expands to Mozambique

By: Irma Venter     16th October 2015 Owner of the MAN Truck and Bus Swaziland dealership, Ernest Da Cruz, has expanded the German manufacturer’s sub-Equatorial Africa footprint by building a new sales and service dealership in Matola, just outside the Mozambican capital of Maputo.  The new facility, built from the ground up on a 15... 

Booming Mozambique sees opening of R30m MAN dealership

By: Irma Venter     2nd October 2015 Owner of the MAN Truck and Bus Swaziland dealership, Ernest Da Cruz, has expanded the German manufacturer’s sub-Equatorial Africa footprint by building a new sales and service dealership in Matola, just outside the Mozambican capital of Maputo. The new facility, built from the ground up on a 15... 

Engen launches Sub-Saharan African supply corridor

11th September 2015 Engen, a leading African energy multinational, has significantly increased its supply capacity to southern African countries with the launch of Beira Terminal in Mozambique. The new terminal is aimed at strategically boosting security of supply and strengthening the supply chain in the region. An... 

Engineering specialist supplies pipes to Engen

26th June 2015 The stability of fuel supply in Southern Africa is set to increase significantly, following the completion of petrochemicals company Engen’s depot terminal upgrade project, which involved connecting a pipeline from the Engen depot in Beira, Mozambique to the Companhia Do Pipeline... 

Logistics company RTMS-accredited

By: Pimani Baloyi     17th April 2015 JSE-listed logistics service provider Onelogix Group has obtained its Road Traffic Management System (RTMS) accreditation, which the company believes will add to the high-quality service that it already offers. Onelogix group CEO Ian Lourens tells Engineering News that the company regards the... 

Engen builds new depot to cater for Mozambican growth, East-African supply

13th February 2015 Engen, a leading African energy multinational, has continued its robust investment programme on the continent with the construction of a third petroleum products terminal in Mozambique. The 24 000m³ depot will supply petrol, diesel and lubricants to the main hubs in the country, as well as other... 

Imperial Logistics sets up Ndola transport depot

By: Irma Venter     18th July 2014 Logistics and supply chain group Imperial Logistics has extended its African footprint into northern Zambia, with the establishment of a transport depot in Ndola, in the Copperbelt province. The new Zambian registered business forms part of group company Snyman Transport, and will operate as... 

Imperial Logistics moves into the Copperbelt

By: Irma Venter     26th June 2014 Logistics and supply chain group Imperial Logistics has extended its African footprint into northern Zambia, with the establishment of a transport depot in Ndola, in the Copperbelt province. The new Zambian registered business forms part of group company Snyman Transport, and will operate as... 

Locomotives industry in SA improving

By: Carina Borralho     8th November 2013 The inadequate state of the South African railway industry in the past decade poses a challenge in meeting the requirement for rapid infrastructure development to support the country’s urbanisation and economic growth, says auditing, consulting and financial advisory firm Deloitte corporate... 

Beira port terminal upgrade to boost massive supply to Southern Africa

By: Anine Kilian     2nd August 2013 African downstream petroleum multinational Engen Petroleum is currently undertaking first-phase revamp work on Beira Terminal, an import and storage facility in the Port of Beira, Mozambique. When complete, the terminal will be able to supply Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana and the... 

Company Announcement: Engen boosts supply to southern Africa with “massive” Beira Port terminal upgrade

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th July 2013 Engen Petroleum, the African downstream petroleum multinational, is significantly increasing its supply capacity to southern African countries, after it acquired seven in-country operations from competitor Chevron in the region and the Indian Ocean Islands 

Outdated infrastructure limiting Mozambique’s potential

By: Yolandi Booyens     14th June 2013 Advisory law firm Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs Inc (ENS) aims to be continuously involved in infrastructure improvement in Mozambique and continues to play an advisory role in existing and new gas and coal finds in that country. The development and exploitation of these finds will, however, require... 

Name change reflects increased service offering

By: Chantelle Kotze     1st February 2013 Bridge Projects, formerly Bridge Clearing and Forwarding, has expanded its service offering to become a turnkey projects management company, in line with its group strategy, says Bridge Shipping Group CEO Colin Emanuel. 

Mozambican railways are regaining their place in Southern African logistics 

By: Keith Campbell     24th August 2012 Investments by Mozambique’s railway company, the Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique (CFM), in the rehabilitation of its Ressano Garcia, Goba and Limpopo railway lines are bearing fruit, company board chairperson Rosário Mualeia has reported. The Ressano Garcia line runs to South Africa, the Goba... 

SA company to construct, install R2.8m tank in Mozambique

By: Gia Costella     3rd August 2012 South African bulk liquid and dry bulk storage-tank manufacturer Tanks 4 Africa, which is part of the global US-based tank manufacturer Tank Connection Affiliate Group, is preparing for the construction and installation of a R2.8-million 1 000 m3 fire-protection tank at a fuel depot in Beira, in... 

Mozambique govt studies coal-to-liquid plant

By: Natasha Odendaal     18th June 2012 Mozambique’s Ministry of Energy and Clean Carbon Industries (CCI) on Monday signed an agreement to undertake a full feasibility study for the development of a coal-to-liquid plant in the Tete province. The parties aimed to produce 40 000 bbl/d of transport fuel and chemical by-products from up... 

Joburg ranked as Africa’s second-most visited city

11th June 2012 Johannesburg will be the second most visited destination city in Africa in 2012, with a projected 2.5-million international visitors expected to enter the city, the latest MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index showed on Monday. The index, which was compiled using international flight and... 

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