Eastern Cape, 29 March 2019: The South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) would like to notify travellers that roadworks scheduled to take place on the R75, Section 1 between km 0.8 and km 13.0, between Port Elizabeth and Despatch from Monday, 2 April 2019 to Thursday, 4 April 2019.
The planned traffic accommodation is as follows:
- The left lane between St. Leonards Road and Spondo Road will be closed for 400m during the day and reopened during peak hours when travelling from Port Elizabeth towards Despatch.
- The left lane between Spondo Road and Johnson Road will be closed for 400m during the day and reopened during peak hours when travelling from Port Elizabeth towards Despatch.
- The left lane between Johnson Road and Chelsea Road will be closed when travelling from Port Elizabeth towards Despatch, it will remain closed until further notice.
- The left lane between Chelsea Road and Ralo Road will be closed for 400m during the day and reopened during peak hours when travelling from Port Elizabeth towards Despatch.
- The left lane will be closed for 600m when approaching Mission Arterial Road, when travelling from Despatch towards Port Elizabeth, it will remain closed till further notice.
- The left lane between Chelsea Road and Johnson Road will be closed when travelling from Despatch towards Port Elizabeth, it will remain closed until further notice.
- The left lane between Dyke Road and Chase Drive will be closed for 300m during the day and reopened during peak hours when travelling from Despatch towards Port Elizabeth.
- Roadworks are expected to take place at the following intersections: The R75 and Dyke Road; The R75 and St. Leonards Road; The R75 and Spondo Road; The R75 and Johnson Road; The R75 and Chelsea Road; and The R75 and Ralo Road.
“Motorists are asked to plan their trips accordingly, consider alternative routes and to use caution when making use of the road,” said Mbulelo Peterson, SANRAL Southern Region’s Manager.
SANRAL apologizes for any inconvenience caused.
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[East London, South Africa, 28 March 2019] Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) again voiced its commitment to using the ports of the Eastern Cape to drive economic growth and long-term sustainability during the port landlord’s participation at the inaugural Eastern Cape Export Symposium in East London on 27-28 March.
An initiative of the Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC) in partnership with the Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality and Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, the symposium brought together industry experts, established exporters and export-ready small businesses with the aim of facilitating high value export deals and forming new trade collaborations between existing and export-ready businesses.
East London port Manager, Sharon Sijako, said TNPA saw the ports as natural partners to help create awareness of different import and export opportunities. “If we can achieve a more export driven economy the benefits to South Africa would be tremendous. By lending our support to platforms like this we want to make it easier for small businesses to leverage off foreign markets and grow the Eastern Cape’s export businesses and industries,” she said.
TNPA also hosted a networking function at Latimers Landing in the Port of East London to give delegates a feel of the port’s offering.
In addition to participating in the symposium’s exhibition, representatives of TNPA were among the expert speakers at the event. Nozipho Booi, New Business Manager at the Port of Ngqura, and Dirk Botes, Customer Relationship Manager at the Port of East London, spoke on the Eastern Cape Export Capacity panel.
The discussion looked at the Eastern Cape’s strategically and economically advanced offering including a geographical location that presents a huge opportunity for investment, and economy enhancing infrastructure including three ports, two airports and road and rail infrastructure. Around 80% of the province’s exports are seaborne, 12% airborne and 8% traded by land border and inland port.
Sijako congratulated the ECDC, BCMM and NMBM on a successful event which she said would help expansion of export businesses into international markets.
About Transnet National Ports Authority
Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) is one of five operating divisions of Transnet SOC Ltd. The National Ports Authority is responsible for the safe, effective and efficient economic functioning of the national port system, which it manages in a landlord capacity. It provides port infrastructure and marine services at the eight commercial seaports in South Africa – Richards Bay, Durban, Saldanha, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, East London, Mossel Bay and Ngqura. It operates within a legislative and regulatory environment and is governed by the National Ports Act (Act No. 12 of 2005). For more information visit www.transnetnationalportsauthority.net.
Terry Taylor ; Corporate Affairs Manager ; Port of East London ; Transnet National Ports Authority
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Sharon Sijako ; Port Manager ; Port of East London ; Transnet National Ports Authority
Do you feel that there are glaring discrepancies and unfairness in your salary structure due to the incorrect weighting of responsibilities for certain jobs within your company? Do you need to learn how to evaluate jobs reliably and consistently using the Paterson method?
Who should attend
Senior Managers, Employee Representative on Grading Committees, HR Managers and HR Practitioners responsible for the human resources function within a company or organization.
About the Programme
Job Evaluation is essential to provide a basis for establishing the correct level and value of each job, or position, within an organization. The Paterson method is an internationally recognised job evaluation system that is simple and easy to implement. This Paterson job evaluation training program adopts an experiential learning approach engaging with delegates through reflection and practical hands-on application of job evaluation principles and rules. The training course assumes no previous knowledge of job evaluation.
What does the training cover?
– Important Concepts of Job Evaluation
– Job Evaluation Committees
– Dispute Resolution
– Job descriptions
– The Paterson Method of Job Evaluation
After completion of this job evaluation training course, participants will:
- Understand what job evaluation is
- Understand the need for a standardised job evaluation system in the work place
- Know the basic requirements for conducting job evaluation in the workplace
- Understand the relationship of job evaluation to individual performance and market pay
- Understand how to compile job evaluation committees and how they should function
- Understand the process to follow with jobs that the job evaluation committee cannot grade with consensus
- Understand the purpose of job descriptions in job evaluation
- Know the background of the Paterson job evaluation system
- Understand what is a decision
- Understand the rules of the Paterson job evaluation system
- Apply the Paterson job evaluation rules
Course duration: One day
Cost: R2500 (Excluding VAT) per delegate. The fee includes all course material, refreshments and lunch
Date: 18 April 2019
Venue: East London (Venue to be confirmed)
To register or for further queries, please contact Jessica van der Watt on email@example.com or 081 836 4540
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The ECDC extends an invitation to the business on your database to apply to participate in the Asia Fruit Logistica 2019 exhibition, scheduled to take place on 4-6 September 2019 in Hong Kong, China. The deadline for the submission of complete EMIA National Pavillion application forms is 31 March 2019.
The dti offer the following financial support for your qualifying firm,
- Exhibition space and booth rental costs,
- Freight forwarding of display material
- Air Travel assistance
- Daily Subsistence allowance of R3000.000 per day.
Attached kindly find the following documents:
For more detail regarding the show please visit the exhibition website https://www.asiafruitlogistica.com/.
For further enquiries please do not hesitate to contact Linda Lubengu at 043 704 5711.