OR Tambo International Airport

What is the role of the Gauteng Industrial Development Zone (GIDZ)?

Globalisation is upon us and South Africa is ensuring readiness by adopting what is called Specialised Economic Zones (SEZ). According to Investopedia, an SEZ...

OR Tambo statue unveiled at Joburg airport

The statue of late ANC president Oliver Tambo unveiled at OR Tambo International Airport shows his return to South Africa after 30 years in...

National Book Week Forum 2014

  National Book Week Forum launches The South African Reading Foundation (SARF) in partnership with OR Tambo International Airport, Brand SA and the University of Johannesburg...

To and from OR Tambo Airport

Assess your options for getting from Africa's busiest airport to wherever you're staying in the city - and back again.

SA Airways, JetBlue in codeshare pact

South African Airways and US airline JetBlue Airways have struck a codeshare agreement to connect the two carriers' African and North American networks, offering passengers seamless connections in New York, Washington and Johannesburg.

Airport donates shoes to needy pupils

OR Tambo International Airport, through its winter warmer drive, has donated shoes to needy young pupils at Tembisa's Moduopo Primary School.

SA home to three best airports in Africa

South Africa's three major international airports, OR Tambo International, Cape Town International and King Shaka International, scored a treble at the 2011 Skytrax World Airport Awards, being named the top three airports in Africa.

Heroes’ welcome for Rescue South Africa

The sound of vuvuzelas echoed through OR Tambo International Airport on Monday as South Africans welcomed the brave men and women of Rescue South Africa back home from their mission to tsunami-ravaged Japan.

Toyota SA in R363m parts investment

Toyota South Africa has announced a R363-million investment in a new parts distribution warehouse - the biggest of its kind on the continent - to serve the car manufacturer's local and regional markets.

Gautrain second phase ‘by mid-2011’

South Africa's first rapid rail network, the Gautrain, has celebrated the arrival of the last of 96 rail cars as it aims for completion of its second phase, the route linking Sandton, Rosebank and the Johannesburg CBD, in mid-2011.