Durban, Thursday 30 Apil 2015

Transnet Port Terminals (TPT), an operating division of Transnet, continues to benchmark international standards for its execution of Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) systems. The TPT KwaZulu-Natal terminals Roro, Durban Container Terminal Pier 1, Durban Container Terminal Pier 2, Maydon Wharf, and Richards Bay terminals were awarded with Five Star Ratings by (NOSA). NOSA is a global leader in safety, health and environmental (SHE) management and is the most recognised brand in the safety, health, environmental and quality (SHEQ) risk management industry.

Durban, Thursday 30 Apil 2015

As the magnificent Queen Mary 2 sailed out of Durban on Monday night, some people who had gathered to watch her, were sad, saying it was the last time they would see her. Amid rumours that she would not be back, Bryan Stainbank, representing the ship’s Durban agent, King & Sons, said that the big ship, which had made annual day visits to Durban for several years, would be following a different route next year and thus would not be visiting South Africa.

Durban, Thursday 30 Apil 2015

If the Transnet School of Excellence vision of ‘Pursuing excellence’ is anything to go by, the 115 employees of the parastatal that graduated on 20 April bodes well for this vision.

On the same day his appointment was announced, Siyabonga Gama, newly appointed Transnet Group chief executive, was in Durban officiating at the graduation ceremony that included Transnet and Namport employees, who completed their courses at the school of excellence.

Durban, Thursday 30 Apil 2015

Southern African Shipyards (SAS) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with China Shipbuilding Trading Company (CSTC), a subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corporation, in a powerful union between the largest shipyard in Southern Africa and the largest ship building group in the world.

Durban, Tuesday 31 March 2015

Construction of the new Walvis Bay container terminal is well underway on a section of reclaimed land in the port of Walvis Bay and the first ships should be able to come alongside by the end of May 2017.

That’s the promise given by Yuanfei Feng, acting project manager for China Harbour and Engineering Company (CHEC).