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    Rustenburg taxi associations form transport company, bank

    Six long distance taxi associations in Rustenburg in the North West have clubbed together to establish a transport company and a cooperative bank. The chief executive officer of the newly formed Rustenburg Long Distance Transport Holdings, Bennet Afrik…

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    Rustenburg taxi associations form transport company, bank

    Six long distance taxi associations in Rustenburg in the North West have clubbed together to establish a transport company and a cooperative bank. The chief executive officer of the newly formed Rustenburg Long Distance Transport Holdings, Bennet Afrik…

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    Numsa, Sacca pledge support for looming SAA pilots’ strike

    The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and the South African Cabin Crew Association on Wednesday pledged support for a strike planned by pilots over what they say is the lack of leadership at national carrier SAA. In a statement, Numsa and Sacca said they supported the pilots’ demands, including that cash-strapped South African Airways urgently take appropriate action to ensure a proper turnaround and return to sustainability.

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    Numsa, Sacca pledge support for looming SAA pilots’ strike

    The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and the South African Cabin Crew Association on Wednesday pledged support for a strike planned by pilots over what they say is the lack of leadership at national carrier SAA. In a statement, Numsa and Sacca said they supported the pilots’ demands, including that cash-strapped South African Airways urgently take appropriate action to ensure a proper turnaround and return to sustainability.

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    Aarto Act will correct driver behaviour in SA, traffic agency registrar says

    The Road Traffic Infringment Agency (RTIA), which administers the highly contentious Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act, on Thursday said the new law will change behaviour of motorists in South Africa.  Addressing the National Press Club in Pretoria, the agency’s registrar Japh Chuwe said the implementation of the Aarto Act, which President  Cyril Ramaphosa signed into law, would usher in a new and radical approach to the management of all road traffic issues and increase safety on the roads. 

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    Aarto Act will correct driver behaviour in SA, traffic agency registrar says

    The Road Traffic Infringment Agency (RTIA), which administers the highly contentious Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act, on Thursday said the new law will change behaviour of motorists in South Africa.  Addressing the National Press Club in Pretoria, the agency’s registrar Japh Chuwe said the implementation of the Aarto Act, which President  Cyril Ramaphosa signed into law, would usher in a new and radical approach to the management of all road traffic issues and increase safety on the roads. 

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    Johannesburg Metrobus strike continues, millions lost

    An ongoing strike by action drivers at Metrobus could result in loses of millions of rand the company said on Thursday. “This is very costly because we now have to pay the drivers that are not striking,” said Goodwill Shiburi, Metrobus spokesman. 

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    Johannesburg Metrobus strike continues, millions lost

    An ongoing strike by action drivers at Metrobus could result in loses of millions of rand the company said on Thursday. “This is very costly because we now have to pay the drivers that are not striking,” said Goodwill Shiburi, Metrobus spokesman. 

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    Rail Enforcement Unit to prioritise safety and security of Metrorail commuters for another year

    The deployment of the Rail Enforcement Unit (REU) that prioritises the safety and security of Metrorail commuters and infrastructure in Cape Town has been extended for another year. On Wednesday morning, Western Cape Transport and Public Works MEC, Bonginkosi Madikizela, Passenger Rail Service of South Africa (PRASA) acting group chief executive, Nkosinathi Sishi and the City of Cape Town’s mayoral committee members for Transport, and Safety and Security, Felicity Purchase and JP Smith, met the new recruits during a parade at the Cape Town Station.

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    Rail Enforcement Unit to prioritise safety and security of Metrorail commuters for another year

    The deployment of the Rail Enforcement Unit (REU) that prioritises the safety and security of Metrorail commuters and infrastructure in Cape Town has been extended for another year. On Wednesday morning, Western Cape Transport and Public Works MEC, Bonginkosi Madikizela, Passenger Rail Service of South Africa (PRASA) acting group chief executive, Nkosinathi Sishi and the City of Cape Town’s mayoral committee members for Transport, and Safety and Security, Felicity Purchase and JP Smith, met the new recruits during a parade at the Cape Town Station.

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