Imperial Logistics expects double-digit profit growth in 2020

The company expects new acquisitions, restructuring and cost-cutting measures to boost performance

Cartrack on track for seventh year of double-digit growth

The vehicle recovery company passed 1-million subscribers in its six months to end-August, when operating profit rose by a quarter

FAA needs more time to decide when Boeing 737 MAX will fly again

Hopes of a quick return to service have slipped to become a more than seven-month grounding before a key certification test flight

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Transnet puts spoke in wheel of plan to allow private operators onto its tracks

Transnet is distinctly unenthusiastic about private operators on its rail network despite National Treasury's economic blueprint adding to the calls to do just ...

UK watchdog opens probe into E&Y audit of Thomas Cook books

Financial Reporting Council launches investigation after collapse of tour operator

WATCH: Transnet reports R49bn in irregular expenditure

Transnet’s Mohammed Mahomedy speaks to Business Day TV about the state logistics firm's annual results

WATCH: Number of foreign tourist arrivals falls

Business Day TV spoke to the CEO of the Tourism Business Council, Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa, about the worrying decline in foreign tourists

WATCH: The costs that weighed on Acsa

Airports Company SA acting CFO Lindani Mukhudwani talks to Business Day TV about the company’s full-year results

WATCH: How the Boeing Max 737 grounding affected Comair

Comair joint CEO Glenn Orsmond talks to Business Day TV about the airline’s full-year results

Comair takes aircraft maintenance in-house and looks to expand ancillary businesses

Volatility in the rand and oil price and grounding of Boeing 737 MAX led to  profit shrinking 82%

Growth is in Africa, FedEx says as it invests more in the continent

Johannesburg will be a regional hub, connecting five countries, soon to be eight, via road transport

Sun International still makes bets despite subdued SA conditions

The owner of Sun City does not expect a turnaround in SA’s economy any time soon, but is expanding its footprint in SA and South America

OneLogix continues to grow its profits

Specialised logistics group weathers weak economic conditions

Virgin Australia cuts 750 jobs and reduces flights

The shakeup is new CEO Paul Scurrah’s attempt to make the airline commercially viable

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