Trains to return to Stellenbosch by year end, says Metrorail

Residents struggling to pay for alternative transport look forward to the return of rail services


News | 5 December 2023

R317-million in duplicate payments to lawyers recovered from Road Accident Fund

SIU investigating millions more lost to corruption, maladministration


News | 30 November 2023

Roads fall apart while bureaucracy moves at snail’s pace in Mamelodi

City of Tshwane says Stoffel Park informal settlement must first be approved for township development before it fixes the roads


Brief | 28 November 2023

Judge Makhubele racks up legal fees in excess of R3-million

Judicial Conduct Tribunal into her alleged misconduct adjourns until January


News | 14 November 2023

One train a day for Eastern Cape commuters

Since Monday you can now leave Kariega for Gqeberha by train at 6:15am and take the return trip at 5:15pm


Brief | 20 October 2023

Limpopo villagers finally get vital bridge but not through government

The Vondo community raised their own funds and finished the job with the help of a state owned forestry company and a private enterprise


Brief | 20 October 2023

“Activist” ordered to remove defamatory social media posts

“Believing that one pursues a worthy cause in the public interest does not justify publishing false statements about another party”


Law | 19 October 2023

“I feel like disabled people are not seen or heard”

People living with disabilities in Delft air their grievances on Thursday


Brief | 6 October 2023

Alarm raised over amendments to Road Accident Fund Act

Lawyers warn of “dire consequences” for South African road users


Law | 22 September 2023

Taxis bring traffic on busy uMhlanga road to a standstill

To restore calm to the area, authorities agreed to temporarily allow taxis to park near Ocean Mall


Brief | 20 September 2023

Durban vendors say they pay their fees but the municipality ignores them

Lights at the Berea bus rank where they trade have been broken for five years


Brief | 13 September 2023

Cape Town proceeds with rail dispute despite President’s assurances

Cyril Ramaphosa has told Parliament rail devolution is on track. The City of Cape Town disagrees.


News | 8 September 2023

Protesters support vigilante taxi drivers outside KwaNobuhle court

Five “jikeleza” drivers charged with attempted murder


Brief | 4 September 2023

Here’s why you might be struggling to get an e-hailing trip in some Cape Town townships

“I would never take trips from Nyanga and Philippi” says Uber driver


News | 31 August 2023

Potholes, broken drains and crime: you’ve got to be brave to drive in Samora Machel

Sewage oozes onto the streets and there are holes in the main roads


News | 29 August 2023

Taxi strike cost Western Cape R5-billion, MEC tells Parliament

The strike was called without notice and badly affected businesses, learners, clinics and government services


News | 25 August 2023