Driving Africa

One Stop Border Posts: can they work?

Mar 30, 2020No Comments

Beitbridge is set to follow in Chirundu’s footsteps as a One Stop Border Post if relevant changes are not implemented In a recent media release

Future challenges for road freight manageme...

Mar 16, 2020No Comments

With so many challenges currently facing the road freight industry, control and regulation standards are paramount The road freight sector in most of eastern and

Fesarta Transist begins to gain traction

Feb 20, 2020No Comments

Fesarta’s Transist Bureau has been designed to help transport operators resolve problems on routes across southern Africa     The newly formed Fesarta Transist Bureau

Fighting transport crime

Feb 06, 2020No Comments

In an effort to reduce transport crime, Fesarta has partnered with a forensic investigator who specialises in truck hijacking, cargo theft and diesel scams Over

Mayhem at the border

Dec 03, 2019No Comments

Southern Africa’s cross-border transport companies face a tough task – overcoming the violence, corruption and long delays at customs’ posts that have forced some of

Border-post procedures in need of an overha...

Nov 08, 2019No Comments

Border crossings in southern Africa are fraught with disaster – and South Africa is not immune to the probability of falling victim to high-risk incidents

Truck chaos continues

Oct 03, 2019No Comments

In the run up to Transport Month, attacks on truck drivers and vehicles in South Africa remained widespread, coinciding with a spate of in Johannesburg

AfCFTA: will it succeed or fail?

Sep 04, 2019No Comments

When it comes to implementing agreements in Africa, numerous challenges need to be overcome The recently launched Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) is under

Reducing cross-border transit risks

Aug 07, 20191 Comment

While cross-border freight-transit risks need to be effectively managed, costs associated with lengthy delays at customs points need to be reduced. Fesarta has identified the

Potential boon for logistics companies

Aug 07, 2019No Comments

Cryptocurrencies and the freedom of trade embraced by the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (AfCFTA) offer enormous potential for growth in the logistics industry