City of Cape Town granted urgent interdict against taxi council

“Stop this madness as soon as possible,” says judge

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Law | 7 August 2023

Taxi drivers chase school children in day of violence in Cape Town

Truck driver describes his narrow escape after his vehicle was torched by mob

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News | 7 August 2023

In photos: Violence marks taxi strike

Two dead, motorists attacked, buses torched, and taxis impounded


Photo Essay | 7 August 2023

Lives of poor and working class people upended by violent taxi strike

“Ordinary people like me are the ones suffering” says patient as clinic services impacted by taxi strike

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News | 4 August 2023

MyCiTi the focus of Cape Town’s new public transport business plan

A 15-year public transport plan passed by Council focuses on road-based public transport in the face of collapsed rail system


News | 3 August 2023

Judge Makhubele hearing postponed because of outstanding legal fees

“Millions” owed for the judge’s legal representation


News | 1 August 2023

R78-million Sebokeng license centre left to rot

R91-million needed to fix it, according to opposition MPL


Brief | 1 August 2023

Lawyers’ damning memorandum on Road Accident Fund

Attorneys for accident victims demand sweeping changes


News | 25 July 2023

MP threatens to sue Zackie Achmat and #UniteBehind for defamation

Achmat accused Sfiso Buthelezi of benefitting from corruption at PRASA


News | 24 July 2023

Cape Town’s Central Line will be fully operational before the end of March 2024, says PRASA

Relocation of people living along the track is still unresolved


News | 5 July 2023

No water, toilets or electricity in multi-million rand Eastern Cape taxi rank

The contractor for the Xhora taxi rank has been in a dispute with the municipality for over eight years


News | 4 July 2023

Which parts of Metrorail are still closed?

Although some lines have reopened thousands of commuters still have no train service


Brief | 3 July 2023

Mpumalanga village’s disappearing roads

“The municipality must fix these streets because we cannot live like this”


Brief | 3 July 2023

Cape Town winter readiness does not include the townships, says Khayelitsha community leader

But the City says illegal occupiers of a wetland area have blocked outlets, causing flooding


Brief | 20 June 2023

Commuters call for better lighting and security at Parow station

This follows the armed robbery of several people while waiting for a train around 6am on Friday


News | 13 June 2023