Friday , 10 July 2020

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  • Airlink expands domestic flights network

    Airlink expands domestic flights network

    by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG – AIRLINK is expanding its domestic network to connect customers for business and essential service travel to South African inland and coastal citi ...

  • Locked-down SA opens more airports

    Locked-down SA opens more airports

    by AKANI CHAUKE  JOHANNESBURG – SEVEN more South African airports are to resume operations this week. These will cater for domestic travel as international passenger flights remain ...

  • Glum Vaal tourism anticipates lockdown relaxation

    Glum Vaal tourism anticipates lockdown relaxation

    by GENEVIEVE KGAFE-MASHAMBA VANDERBJILPARK - DURING its heyday, not so long ago, Tapimanzi Adventures was synonymous with loud, fun-filled activities and a favourite with clientele ...

  • Sewage crisis leaves a stinker among Emfuleni residents

    Sewage crisis leaves a stinker among Emfuleni residents

    by GENEVIEVE MASHAMBE-KGAFE VANDERBIJLPARK - IT never rains but it pours for the Emfuleni Local Municipality(ELM) where burst sewage pipes are a daily reality for residents. Opposi ...

Airlink expands domestic flights network

Airlink expands domestic flights network

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG – AIRLINK is expanding its domestic network to connect customers for business and essential service travel to South African inland and coastal cit ...

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Locked-down SA opens more airports

Locked-down SA opens more airports

by AKANI CHAUKE  JOHANNESBURG – SEVEN more South African airports are to resume operations this week. These will cater for domestic travel as international passenger flights remai ...

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Glum Vaal tourism anticipates lockdown relaxation

Glum Vaal tourism anticipates lockdown relaxation

by GENEVIEVE KGAFE-MASHAMBA VANDERBJILPARK - DURING its heyday, not so long ago, Tapimanzi Adventures was synonymous with loud, fun-filled activities and a favourite with clientel ...

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Sewage crisis leaves a stinker among Emfuleni residents

Sewage crisis leaves a stinker among Emfuleni residents

by GENEVIEVE MASHAMBE-KGAFE VANDERBIJLPARK - IT never rains but it pours for the Emfuleni Local Municipality(ELM) where burst sewage pipes are a daily reality for residents. Oppos ...

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SAA flying against time to save its wings

SAA flying against time to save its wings

by GENEVIEVE KGAFE-MASHAMBA VANDERBIJLPARK - THE South African government is in a race against time to save the national airline amid the carrier lurching into financial turbulenc ...

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Zambia surplus energy supplies to uplift SADC

Zambia surplus energy supplies to uplift SADC

from ARNOLD MULENGA in Kanyemba, Zambia KANYEMBA - IN a continent synonymous with constant power cuts, Zambia has emerged a leading light, literally, in power generation. Signific ...

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SMMEs receive funds to ease lockdown woes

SMMEs receive funds to ease lockdown woes

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG – FIRST National Bank (FNB) has assisted more than 1 400 South African small, medium and micro-sized enterprises (SMMEs) through funding during the ...

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Mboweni censured for restaurant employment stance

Mboweni censured for restaurant employment stance

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – THE recent statement attributed to South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni advocating for the catering industry to be a preserve for locals ...

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Tanzania exempts Dar es Salaam from any lockdown

Tanzania exempts Dar es Salaam from any lockdown

from ALLOYCE KIMBUNGA in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania DAR-ES-SALAAM - TO lockdown Dar es Salaam or to keep it open is a tough decision the Tanzanian government has had to contend with ...

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South Africa extends COVID-19 lockdown by fortnight

South Africa extends COVID-19 lockdown by fortnight

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG – THE South African government has extended by two weeks a lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). President Cyril Ram ...

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