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MEDIA ALERT: All SA roads lead to BIG Breakfast Interview on Public Transport Transformation

MEDIA ALERT: All SA roads lead to BIG Breakfast Interview on Public Transport Transformation

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The African Press Association (APA) BIG Breakfast Interview on Public Transport Transformation

What: The African Press Association (APA) is holding its first monthly Breakfast Briefing. The BIG Breakfast Interview on Public Transport Transformation, with focus on all passenger transport sectors namely Rail, Maritime, Aviation, Taxi and Bus transport.

Who: APA is the premier news supplier for Press Releases, exclusive content and breaking news in Africa. It provides media houses such as online, newspapers, radio and television (nationally, regionally and internationally). Our Press Office ensures that companies, governments, NGOs and political parties that want their services, activities, products, movers and shakers known across Africa and beyond are complemented.

Why: The BIG Breakfast Interview on Public Transport Transformation is an opportunity to look into matters pertaining to the transformation of the South African public transport industry with focus on policy, innovation, infrastructure, new venture creation, skills development amongst and other related issues. APA is breaking new ground with its monthly compelling, engaging and developmental events under the umbrella theme the BIG Breakfast Interview.

Who Should Attend: The BIG Breakfast Interview on Public Transport Transformation involves all stakeholders, public and private sectors and the general public, who are all involved directly or indirectly and are concerned about matters relating to Public Transport in South Africa, particularly Gauteng.

National Department of Transport, Gauteng Provincial Department of Roads and Transport, Transport Education and Training Authority, National Railway Safety Regulator, Mayors, Municipal Managers and MMC’s of metro and district municipalities, Executives of the maritime, aviation, nation and provincial taxi association, bus operating companies, bus operator association, government suppliers of road, maritime, aviation, rail related products and services, executives of government agencies involved in passenger and public transport services will attend.
When: The BIG Breakfast Interview on Public Transport Transformation will be held on Wednesday, 26 October 2016 from 07h30 to 12h00.

Where: Protea Hotel Fire & Ice, No. 22 Whitely Rd, Melrose Arch, Johannesburg
Media Contact:

Themba D. Ndlovu
Group Head: Advertising and Marketing
African Press Association (APA)
Tel: 011 039 2191
Cell: 079 875 3630
Email: Themba.Ndlovu@gautengguardian.co.za
Website: www.africanpress.co.za

 

 

 

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