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Imperial Logistics goes the extra mile for rebranded Italtile

The coinciding of the renewal of Imperial Logistics secondary contract with long-standing client, Italtile, with the tile retailer’s rebranding led to the transport group investing in a fleet of branded vehicles to match the new corporate identity of its client.

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As part of Women’s Month, Bakwena N1N4 has partnered with PinkDrive and the Department of Health to raise awareness around breast, testicular and prostate cancer in communities surrounding the Platinum Highway in North West Province. This year, the Pink Drive mammography truck will be stationed at Dinokana on August 17th and at Tshwelelopele Clinic on August 31st.
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FleetwatchAugust 17, 2017 at 11:08pm
August 17th: Stronger international fuel prices and a gradually weakening Rand are signalling a hefty jump in the price of all fuel types at the end of August. This is the view of the Automobile Association, commenting on unaudited mid-month fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF). "The Rand has weakened an average of 20 cents against the US dollar since the start of August," the Association says. "Meanwhile, international fuel product prices have remained on the higher plateau they reached towards the end of July. This means all fuel types are likely to experience substantial price increases at month end." Given this, the AA’s mid-month fuel outlook prediction is that diesel is expected to climb by a hefty 57 cents a litre and petrol by 63 cents a litre. Illuminating paraffin in expected to increase by 58 cents a litre. "The Rand's trend over the past two weeks has been towards further weakness against the US dollar and international fuel prices have traded in a fairly narrow band, meaning we do not expect the picture to improve by month-end. Fuel users should definitely expect to pay more for fuel from the start of September,” the AA says.
FleetwatchAugust 17, 2017 at 5:34am
Just got word that the N3 is not a great route to be on tonight. A section of the road between Villiers and Warden has been closed due to a veld fire affecting visibility badly. Three crashes have already occured with unfortunately two fatalities. A possibility of snow is also predicted for tomorrow morning between Mooi River and Harrismith so truckers please prepare for cold weather and possible delays along the route. Please be patient and drive safety
FleetwatchAugust 17, 2017 at 4:41am
Check this idiot. Probably bought his license. And well done to the motorists who hemmed him in when he was trying to gap it.
FleetwatchAugust 15, 2017 at 7:10pm
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FleetwatchAugust 14, 2017 at 6:50pm
Celebrating Nelson Mandela - Adding colour to the SOS Children's Village! #Dulux #Nelsonmandeladay
FleetwatchAugust 14, 2017 at 8:10am
Well done Semenya. Gold in the 800m final. Ya Super Star.
ANC MP Makhosi Khoza has said it’s time for the country to move past the ruling party, barely an hour after she was removed as chairperson of the portfolio committee on public administration.
The removal of outspoken ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza as chairperson of the portfolio committee on public service and administration is an indication of how the ANC’s factional battles are hampering the work of Parliament, opposition parties say.
An elderly woman who has been tortured with boiling water and hot oil during a robbery was more concerned about her husband than herself, Netwerk24 reports.
The ANC has said that the DA-led coalition had done nothing but bring the blues to Nelson Mandela Bay since taking over the city.
Members of the ANC who have taken the party to court over allegations of irregularities relating to its 2015 provincial elective conference say they just want to see their party produce leaders through credible processes.
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