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    Inside Metrorail’s cable theft and commuter crisis

    Brazen thieves, who have effectively brought a critical rail route in Cape Town to a standstill for nearly six weeks, leaving thousands of commuters in the lurch, have become the focus of intense and unprecedented operations to squeeze out criminals wh…

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    MyCiTi commuters to bear brunt of attacks on bus stations

    The City of Cape Town has condemned what it termed “orchestrated attacks” by protesters on two MyCiTi bus stations. Brett Herron, Mayoral Committee Member for Transport and Urban Development, said the attacks on the MyCiTi bus stations would cause major inconveniences to commuters.

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    Thousands of train commuters still stranded in Cape Town

    Tens of thousands of commuters who use Cape Town’s central line are still waiting for Metrorail to say when the train service, suspended since January 8, will be restored. Meanwhile commuters on the northern line were greeted by a filthy toilet this we…

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    Unprecedented number of MyCiTi buses stoned over the weekend

    The stoning of eight MyCiTi buses along the N2 express routes in Langa, Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain over the weekend – the highest number in a single weekend according to the City of Cape Town – has led the city to believe that the public transport system is being sabotaged by criminals. City of Cape Town’s member of the mayoral committee for transport and urban development Brett Herron said in a statement on Monday that a passenger had to have glass shards removed from his eyes after he was injured in one of the attacks.

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    Three bust for cable theft along Cape Town rail line

    Three people were arrested for stealing cable from the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) in the vicinity of the notorious “Bonteheuwel split” on the Cape Town rail network, police said on Wednesday. “Ongoing operations to combat crime on the train lines in the province were fruitful in Bishop Lavis last night (Tuesday) when police responded to information they received,” said spokesperson Sergeant Noloyiso Rwexana.

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    Festive season road death toll decreases 11% to 1 527

    The death toll over the 2017/2018 festive season decreased to 1 527, an 11% drop from the previous year. Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi released the statistics on Monday morning in Pretoria.

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    City of Cape Town transport head Melissa Whitehead suspended

    A senior transport head in the City of Cape Town has been suspended as a result of the alleged covering up of irregularities in which embattled Mayor Patricia de Lille is implicated. Council members met for a special sitting on Friday to discuss, among…

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    Court action to stop PRASA ‘conspiracy’

    The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) has missed a deadline to respond to demands by the UniteBehind coalition. Legal action will now be taken against the agency responsible for Metrorail, GroundUp reports.

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    Metrorail suspends all train services on Cape Town central line

    Metrorail Western Cape announced its decision on Monday to suspend all trains running on the central line, which services areas such as Khayelitsha, Philippi, Mitchells Plain, Bishop Lavis and Langa, until further notice. “Stations will be closed and no tickets will be on sale until further notice,” Metrorail said in a statement.

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    Only 7% of Transnet’s senior supply chain staff have been vetted

    Transnet has only vetted seven percent of senior staff who handle supply chain management, despite a 2014 Cabinet directive to vet all employees in that field. Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama told the standing committee on public accounts (Scopa) on Tuesda…

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