Tolcon Group: A truly uplifting transport tale

Tolcon Group: A truly uplifting transport tale

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South Africa’s transport infrastructure program continues to gather momentum, but much of this would not be possible without the expertise of civil engineering and infrastructure management businesses. The link between private and public sector is crucial for the ongoing success of the nation’s transport network – and it is thanks to businesses like the Tolcon […]

Air Mauritius: Where fortunes continue on the up

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If proof were ever needed of the potential economic impact of the aerospace industry, then look no further than Mauritius. Air Mauritius is the national carrier and was formed in 1967; its growth has very much mirrored the economic growth of the beautiful island nation, set in the Indian Ocean. Mauritius gained its independence a […]

Air Botswana: Carrying more than the hopes of a nation

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When Air Botswana was successfully readmitted into the International Air Transport Association (IATA) register in July 2012, it was an endorsement of the efforts made to improve operations. The return heralded the prospect of continued IATA support, which will in time further strengthen the national carrier’s standards. Approval from IATA followed the successful completion of […]

Traffic Management Technologies: Putting South Africa on the road to better infrastructure

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After much debate and controversy, Gauteng’s Open Road Tolling system has been given the go-ahead by Government.  In March legislation paving the way for putting e-tolling on the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project into practice was approved in the National Assembly. For Traffic Management Technologies (TMT), the news was cause for celebration as it created an […]

Rand Airport: Aeronautical Aspirations

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South Africa’s aviation industry appears to be on the up. As the African Continent becomes immersed in infrastructure development, new opportunities are opening up for airlines and airports. Circumstances could prove very timely indeed for South Africa’s first international airport: Rand Airport. Located in Germiston, just a short ride from Johannesburg, the airport has a […]