New port helicopters in service

New port helicopters in service: New port helicopter at Port of Richards Bay Photo: Dave Savides – Zululand Observer Transnet National Ports Authority’s (TNPA) two new port helicopters, manufactured by Italian global high-tech company, Leonardo, are in service at the Ports of Durban and Richards Bay. The acquisition of new helicopters has been a priority for TNPA under the Transnet Market Demand Strategy and its fleet renewal programme, which seeks to improve operational efficiency and safety in the ports. The craft will service the … [Read more...]

The Only Home Loan Service That Helps You Pay Towards Your Family’s Fees

The Only Home Loan Service That Helps You Pay Towards Your Family’s Fees: School-Days has announced a new way for its members to grow their education bursaries. School-Days, a KZN-based ‘grow-it-yourself’ education bursary platform, has just launched Easy HomeLoans, the only bond originator that will contribute towards a family’s school fees every month for an entire year. Like many bond originators, Easy HomeLoans takes the hassle out of applying for a home loan by negotiating with all the major banks (FNB, Standard Bank, Absa, Nedbank etc.) … [Read more...]

The Power of One, Delivering Service Better and Faster

The Power of One, Delivering Service Better and Faster: Shaun Rademeyer, CEO , MulitNET Home Loans Johannesburg, 16 July 2019 – Not long ago, booking a hotel was complicated, time consuming and stressful. It was not exactly easy to compare prices – always leaving you unsure if you got the best bang for your buck. Then came sites like Expedia, Orbitz, and, which allow consumers to efficiently compare prices, read reviews, view high res images and even compare amenities. “Price comparison websites are essential for … [Read more...]

Giving service level agreements perspective

Giving service level agreements perspective: Giving service level agreements perspective, an opinion article by Abubakr Hattas, Group Business Improvement Specialist – Corporate at Servest  Johannesburg, 31 October 2018 – In yesteryear, a man’s (person’s) word was sacred and could be relied on, as it was based upon the honour of the parties for its fulfilment, rather than being in any way enforceable. The act of shaking hands and what is called, a ‘gentleman’s agreement’, was a way of sealing a deal, without … [Read more...]