National Department of Transport – Banning High Cube Containers

The Transport and Transport Infrastructure Portfolio Committee will be hosting a meeting with Advocate Johannes Makgatho – the Chief Director responsible for Road Regulations at the National Department of Transport. The purpose of the engagement is to inform and interact with Western Cape business on the reasoning and impact of banning High Cube Containers with […]

Transport in Cape Town: Discussion with key Stakeholders

The Cape Chamber will be hosting a series of key transport stakeholders to discuss the state of transport in Cape Town. The Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) will present on their increased parking tariff at Cape Town International Airport. ACSA will also be discussing new developments at the airport and provide an update on current […]

Celebrating Transport Month: Cape Town – Towards a World-Class Competitive City

In honour of National Transport Month in October, the Cape Chamber will be hosting various regional and national transport stakeholders. The objective of the engagement is to create a platform for transport stakeholders to discuss and highlight: 1.     What they are doing or doing differently, to ensure greater transport and transport infrastructure efficiencies; and 2.     The new developments […]

Strike by taxi industry further exacerbating the transport problems impacting business

The impending strike by the minibus taxi industry will further exacerbate the transport problems that business is experiencing in the region. We are already dealing with a disrupted and inefficient rail service compounded by a traffic congestion problem so this could very well be the proverbial straw that breaks the camel’s back. The lack of […]