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‘In the period January 2021 to October 2021, Transnet Freight Rail has lost over 1000 kilometres of copper cable,’ said the company.
The National Energy Regulator of South Africa is concerned about the high levels of tampering with fuel pipelines.
The SIU together with Transnet approached the Special Tribunal to freeze the supplier’s bank accounts after an intensive investigation.
After a cyber attack, Transnet says it believes it is now in a position to service its customers and meet all contractual obligations.
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Transnet port operations are back up and running, according to Pravin Gordhan’s Department of Public Enterprises.
The DA say that the cyber attack that paralysed Transnet operations last week bears all the hallmarks of the ‘attempted insurrection’ in KZN.
Transnet reportedly called a hack a hack in a communiqué to customers on Monday. The company previously referred to its IT difficulties as a “disruption.”
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Transnet announced that it has identified and isolated the source of its IT troubles. While technical teams “work around the clock” to solve the problem, port operations across South Africa continue manually.
The DA have called on Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan to explain whether or not the Transnet cyber attack is linked to KZN unrest.
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Acting Minister in the Presidency, Khumbudzo Ntshavheni says they are treating Transnet’s cyber attack as unrelated to the recent unrest.
Transnet has reportedly been hacked, workers were told not to access emails. As of Thursday the company’s website is also down.
Phelophepa Healthcare Train has suffered delays in providing COVID-19 testing and vaccinations in under-resourced parts of South Africa.
Herbert Msagala and his trusts have lost their appeal against the SIU’s seizure of R18 million worth of assets in the Transnet case.
The State Capture Commission has been zeroing in on dodgy contracts at Transnet, under the guidance of Brian Molefe as CEO
Transnet has been in the midst of an overhaul over the past year, following revelations of corruption and mismanagement under its previous executives including Brian Molefe, Anoj Singh and Siyabonga Gama, among others.
The inquiry heard from former Transnet board chairperson Mafika Mkhwanazi who testified on the reinstatement of the freight agency’s former chief executive Siyabonga Gama
Gama had approved a R19-million contract for security services to General Nyanda Security Advisory Services (GNS) in which the then communications minister, Siphiwe Nyanda, held a 50% stake.
Former Transnet head of legal Advocate Siyabulela Mapoma took the stand to testify on the freight agency’s affairs, including its controversial former CEO Siyabonga Gama
Two managers at a business in Alberton allegedly found in possession of railway tracks, overhead cables and other stolen infrastructure.
at Springs train station, the Phelophepa train will be administering health services to people who struggle to gain access to clinics.