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    Transnet goods train derails, blocks major line in Cape Town

    A Transnet goods train derailed between Tygerberg and Bellville railway stations in Cape Town on Monday, severely delaying commuter services. “Under current circumstances, delays could exceed 120 minutes,” Metrorail spokesperson Riana Scott said. Scott said the derailment occurred around 08:30 and the cause was unclear. Transnet’s media spokesperson was not immediately available to provide further details. However, the known impact for people travelling on that line is that services are …

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    Swifambo loses SCA bid to retain R3.5bn ‘tall trains’ PRASA tender

    Controversial locomotive supplier Swifambo Rail Leasing has lost a Supreme Court of Appeal challenge to a High Court order that stripped it of a R3.5-billion tender with the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA). Last year, Judge J Francis in t…

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    Swifambo loses SCA bid to retain R3.5bn ‘tall trains’ PRASA tender

    Controversial locomotive supplier Swifambo Rail Leasing has lost a Supreme Court of Appeal challenge to a High Court order that stripped it of a R3.5-billion tender with the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA). Last year, Judge J Francis in t…

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    Durban train delays in the spotlight

    “He didn’t even wait for me to explain why I was late. I was just told to pack my things and leave,” says Philile Nzimande, who was fired from her job because of Durban Metrorail train delays. Nzimande said she had arrived two hours late after the train from Umlazi “stopped in the middle of nowhere” due to power failure, GroundUp reported. “When the train finally arrived, I still had to walk 20 minutes to get to the office. By then I was sweaty and anxious, trying to explain to my manager that …

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    Durban train delays in the spotlight

    “He didn’t even wait for me to explain why I was late. I was just told to pack my things and leave,” says Philile Nzimande, who was fired from her job because of Durban Metrorail train delays. Nzimande said she had arrived two hours late after the train from Umlazi “stopped in the middle of nowhere” due to power failure, GroundUp reported. “When the train finally arrived, I still had to walk 20 minutes to get to the office. By then I was sweaty and anxious, trying to explain to my manager that …

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    Zuma to Gordhan: ‘Can we do what Dudu wants?’

    Former president Jacob Zuma called Pravin Gordhan, then finance minister, in 2015 to try and convince him to agree to an enormously expensive deal with airplane manufacturer Airbus because his close friend Dudu Myeni wanted it. In his 68-page sworn sta…

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    Zuma to Gordhan: ‘Can we do what Dudu wants?’

    Former president Jacob Zuma called Pravin Gordhan, then finance minister, in 2015 to try and convince him to agree to an enormously expensive deal with airplane manufacturer Airbus because his close friend Dudu Myeni wanted it. In his 68-page sworn sta…

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    Nzimande: We’re not scrapping e-tolls, and they’re not just a Gauteng issue

    Government is not scrapping e-tolls and the issue of payment will be settled at a national level, Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has told members of Parliament. The minister was answering questions in Parliament on Wednesday. Democratic Alliance MP …

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    Nzimande: We’re not scrapping e-tolls, and they’re not just a Gauteng issue

    Government is not scrapping e-tolls and the issue of payment will be settled at a national level, Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has told members of Parliament. The minister was answering questions in Parliament on Wednesday. Democratic Alliance MP …

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    March against e-tolls to kick off in Pretoria

    It is expected to be a busy Friday morning in Pretoria as the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa), the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) and other civil organisations march against e-tolls. The march is expected to start at 09:00 and proceed from Burgers Park to the Union Buildings. On Monday, Cosatu provincial secretary Dumisani Dakile vowed to bring an end to the controversial e-tolls. He said they were demanding answers from those who “took the decision to establish the …

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