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Free trade and flourishing economies?

Jun 05, 2019No Comments

A continent-wide free trade area for Africa can only be a good thing – if the governments of the continent can focus on the long-term

Risk management in supply chain

May 09, 2019No Comments

The landscape for managing risk has changed. Following the 2008 financial crisis, people no longer have the same amount of trust in companies Being perceived

Free trade and dispute resolution

Apr 11, 2019No Comments

If the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Agreement enters into force later this year, it will give member states a mechanism to resolve disputes

Cloned data and the courts

Mar 14, 2019No Comments

As technology becomes increasingly pervasive in the transport sector (and in society in general), South African courts need to prioritise the issue of data cloning

Is SA and its logistics industry missing th...

Feb 14, 2019No Comments

Global trends show a strong correlation between regional economic growth and developing regional hub ports as gateways to trade. South Africa and Durban are strongly

From Road to Rail, the finale

Dec 12, 2018No Comments

We finalise our discussion on creating dedicated hubs for moving freight from road to rail. Road to rail (R2R) Hubs could be the solution to

Moving Freight from Road to Rail continued...

Nov 14, 2018No Comments

We continue our discussion on creating dedicated hubs for moving freight from road to rail. Under the right circumstances, rail transport has the potential to

Moving Freight from Road to Rail

Oct 12, 2018No Comments

In this three-part series, we discuss considerations pertinent to the movement of freight in a road-to-rail system Like several African countries, Zambia is serviced by

The standard contract

Sep 12, 2018No Comments

Part of risk management for a logistics company is to understand its contractual obligations and the allocation of risks and liabilities between it and the

Transport pricing: private sector safe for ...

Aug 15, 20181 Comment

Road hauliers have apparently ignored the government’s invitation to comment on the Economic Regulation of Transport Bill 2018, probably because it does not seem to