Transport

Parliament silent on MPs implicated in PRASA corruption

Formal complaint was sent by #UniteBehind to ethics committee in September

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Brief | 7 December 2022

This taxi rank cost more than R275-million. But nearly a decade later it’s still closed

Thohoyandou taxi owners and businesses want the rank to start operating

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News | 6 December 2022

Pretoria train stations brought back to life after years of closure

PRASA says 400 stations were vandalised during the Covid lockdown

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News | 5 December 2022

Here’s why you won’t be able to catch a train from Khayelitsha this year

PRASA misses court deadline to relocate shack dwellers on Central Line

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News | 30 November 2022

Freedom Road – an empty promise

For years Madibeng Municipality has said it will fix Itireleng’s main thoroughfare, but nothing has been done

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Brief | 29 November 2022

Commuters say they are paying up to three times more because Metrorail is broken

#UniteBehind says good infrastructure, equipment, and security is needed to get the rail service fully operating again.

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Brief | 28 November 2022

Some Eastern Cape learners walk 20km to and from school. Every day.

15,000 learners who need transport are not getting it. And from next year there’ll be 22,000 more.

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News | 25 November 2022

Matrics, commuters hit by Cape Town taxi strike

Taxi council wants the Blue Dot incentive programme to continue in the Western Cape

Nombulelo Damba-Hendrik, Daniel Steyn, Vusi Mokoena, Sisipho Bakana, Tariro Washinyira, Mary-Anne Gontsana, Peter Luhanga

News | 21 November 2022

Waiting for the scrapheap: hundreds of Shosholoza Meyl’s rusted carriages to be scrapped and sold

Most of PRASA’s long-distance train carriages “obsolete”

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News | 3 November 2022

Toilets closed at Knysna taxi rank: municipality blames loadshedding

Commuters, vendors and taxi drivers complain about the smell

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News | 3 November 2022

After two years the Ga-Rankuwa to Pretoria train is running again. We tried it

PRASA says it’s still working to get the Pretoria to Johannesburg line running again

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News | 28 October 2022

City of Cape Town’s new transport plan ditches big legacy projects

Plan to lower the cost of public transport and the time spent commuting

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News | 26 October 2022

Loop: New online platform for minibus taxis launched in Cape Town

Taxi drivers and clients can connect during the day safely and more seamlessly

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Brief | 18 October 2022

“Brave” bus company boss “resisted” Mbalula and taxis

“Unfortunately his company has paid dearly for this brave stance … but hopefully this judgment will serve to vindicate his belief that it was the right thing to do,” says judge

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Law | 10 October 2022

Mbalula must protect Intercape buses, court rules

Punitive costs awarded against minister. Intercape CEO says: “There is frustration and concern from both the citizenry and business over these ongoing failures on the part of the state.”

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Law | 3 October 2022