Durban,Tuesday 02 August 2016

On 29 July 2016 Transnet Port Terminal’s Ngqura Container Terminal (NCT) was recognised for their outstanding contribution to the Eastern Cape region. The PMR Africa Awards were held at Running Waters in Kraggakamma, Port Elizabeth, where Transnet Port Terminals [TPT] won a Diamond Arrow Award. The results of these awards are based on PMR Africa’s annual country survey on the Eastern Cape that isindependently-conceived, implemented and funded byPMR.africa. The ratings are sourced monthly from top decision-makers to identify contributors to the economic growth and development of SA’s municipal districts, provinces and the SADC countries.

Durban, Tuesday 02 August 2016

Relatively little is known about seafarers and the seafaring labour market, especially in South Africa where not much research has been done in this area, according to Dr Shaun Ruggunan, au-thor of the recently published book - Waves of Change.
This lack of awareness about seafarers and their work prevails despite the fact that they are at the forefront of supporting international trade and play a very significant role in ensuring the world’s economic growth and sustainability.

Durban, Friday 29 July 2016

The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry in partnership with The Spar Group wishes to reiterate with its members and the residents of KwaZulu Natal to maintain a very high level of safety and awareness as the provinces faces severe adverse weather and flooding.

Durban, Tuesday 26 July 2016

Transnet Port Terminals was the recipient to a number of awards at this year’s NOSA Eastern Region Awards, held recently at the Maharani Hotel in Durban. Recipients of these highly regarded awards included TPT’s Ngqura Container Terminal, Port Elizabeth Car Terminal and East London Car Terminal who were all awarded the Top Companies Award, achieving excellence in a leading Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) Company.

Durban, Friday 22 July 2016

Started off as a Fitter and Turner for few companies including mining underground, then moved on to manufacturing and assembly (valves and cars) between 1999 and 2002, Khomotjo Mphahlele is now a Senior Marine Training Facilitator. That is how Khomotjo Mphahlele, born in Ga-Mphahlele Limpopo, discovered this ‘amazing world of Maritime’ as she puts it.

After matriculating from Lesele High School in 1997, Mphahlele then went on to do a trade at Benoni Technical College in 1998-1999. In 2003 she enrolled for a Maritime studies diploma with Durban University of Technology (DUT).