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Dr David Molapo, head of Fleet Management at Standard Bank: “Fleet managers have to radically improve the efficiency of their operations.”
Online authorisations block R130-m of fraudulent transactions

Standard Bank Fleet Management’s transaction authorisation system is geared to save fleet managers another record amount this year with early 2014 figures indicating that the system, which automatically checks each fleet card transaction and declines those that look suspicious, has

President Jacob Zuma (centre) being shown around the new FAW manufacturing facility at Coega by FAW management.
FAW opens Coega manufacturing plant
Matthew Norval, director: conservation at Wilderness Foundation (left) receives the keys of the six new Amarok double cabs from Andile Dlamini, manager: Volkswagen Brand Public Relations.
Volkswagen extends its rhino protection partnership
Part of the New Century Transport fleet which will be servicing the Evraz Highveld Steel and Vanadium contract.
Imperial Logistics Group gets two more significant contracts
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