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Wednesday, 13 June 2012 00:35

SARF congratulates new Ministry of Transport leaders

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Regarding the latest cabinet reshuffle announced by President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday, the South African Road Federation (SARF) wishes to congratulate former Public Enterprises Deputy Minister Ben Martins with his appointment as new minister of transport as well as his deputy Ms. Sindisiwe Chikunga (former health professional and current the chair of Parliament’s portfolio committee on police).

We look forward to working with the new incumbents in meeting the challenges in the transport industry, in particular those related to the Gauteng e-toll project and the decade of action for road safety (DoAfRS). 

The SARF wish them good luck in their new roles and offer them the Federation’s and the wider roads industry’s unreserved support in meeting these challenges with a newfound vigour. 

About the SARF

The Federation provides contact between South Africa`s road industry sectors and facilitates the distribution of expertise throughout the diverse disciplines, which have impact and application on the industry. The Federation has close links with the International Road Federation. By liaison with this organisation`s Programme Centres in Geneva and Washington the latest developments in road technology, policy and management worldwide are made available to local industry.

Enquiries

Tobie Ueckermann CEng PrEng
Chair: SARF Communications Committee
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Cell: 083 35 888 39

 

 

Tobie Ueckermann

Chairman: Communications Committee

South African Road Federation

 

Tel No. 011 394 5634

 Fax No.011 394 7934

Fax2email 086 576 7952

Email:[email protected]

 

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