R15-million Lehae taxi rank destroyed by vandals

The rank was left abandoned because of conflict between taxi operators


Brief | 31 May 2023

Judges reprimand Road Accident Fund

CEO and board chairperson told to file affidavits explaining why they should not be personally held liable


Law | 25 May 2023

Parents block school entrance in Cofimvaba after scholar transport cancelled

Most of the affected learners live in St Mark’s, about 26 kilometres from Isikhoba Nombewu Technical School


News | 11 May 2023

Hundreds of protesters close Limpopo roads

Villagers want Musina-Thohoyandou road tarred


News | 10 May 2023

PRASA’s decision to cancel railway security contracts “reckless and irresponsible” says SCOPA chair

Rail agency assures MPs that the Central Line in Cape Town would be fully operational by December


News | 21 April 2023

School buses are back after learner picket

Humansdorp learners missed school for two weeks because of lack of transport


News | 20 April 2023

Eastern Cape learners stuck at home without school transport

Department says it does not know how many learners need transport


Brief | 13 April 2023

At last PRASA partly opens Cape Town’s Central Line

The service will run only from Nyanga to Maitland


News | 16 March 2023

Can this township become a model for bike transport?

Cycling is becoming popular in Langa and a way to make a living


News | 10 March 2023

Cape Town’s notorious unfinished freeway finally gives way to Foreshore development

After 40 years the provincial government has relinquished a road reserve it kept for the freeway that was never built


News | 9 March 2023

Taxis interdicted from interfering with school transport in Khayelitsha

“The court has sent a strong message to the minibus taxi mafia,” says education MEC


Brief | 2 March 2023

Is cycling the way to improve mobility in Langa?

The Langa Bicycle Hub and Human Sciences Research Council will host a walk through the township on 7 March

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Opinion | 1 March 2023

PRASA board strikes back against whistleblower

Martha Ngoye will apply for the certification and enforcement of her arbitration award


News | 20 February 2023

Taxi protests: We cannot bypass tender processes, MEC tells bosses

Thousands of learners returned to school on Monday morning following week-long protest by taxi drivers


News | 20 February 2023

Hundreds stranded in Eastern Cape village after bridge collapses during torrential rains

Many people cannot go to work and learners will be at home until the bridge is repaired


Brief | 15 February 2023

Commuters relieved as trains return to one of Cape Town’s busiest stations

PRASA says services in Parow will only be available during the week for now.


News | 2 February 2023