Minister Mbalula gives the state of Transport entities report

25 November 2021 | From Arrive Alive

The Minister of Transport, Mr. Fikile Mbalula, will host a media briefing to
present an assessment on the state of Transport entities and the sector’s
contribution to the economic reconstruction and recovery.
Chairpersons and CEOs of public entities reporting to the Minister of
Transport and key stakeholders will be in attendance.
Details of the briefing are as follows:
DATE:  26 November 2021
VENUE:  Sandton Convention Centre
TIME: 10h00
The public entities reporting to the Minister of Transport are the Airports
Company South Africa (ACSA); Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA);
South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL); Ports Regulator of
South Africa (PRSA); Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS);
Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (C-BRTA); Railway Safety Regulator
(RSR); Road Accident Fund (RAF); Road  Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA);
Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC); South African Civil Aviation
Authority (SACAA) and South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA).
Confirm Attendance: Mr Esethu Hasane, Media Liaison Officer at the Ministry
of Transport  071 259 2422
For General Enquiries contact:
Lawrence Venkile
081 562 3493

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