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    Fixing Eskom, SAA, Sapo not for votes, says Ramaphosa

    Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Wednesday that his attempts to improve the efficiency of South Africa’s state-owned entities (SOEs) are not an attempt to get more votes in the 2016 Local Government Elections. He was updating the National Counc…

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    MH370 wreck likely south of Java, simulations show

    A 500 km by 500 km patch of ocean due south of the Indonesian island of Java is the most likely crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, a group of German researchers say. That would direct search efforts for the plane – which went missing on March 8, 2014, on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing – about 3 500 km north from where they have so far been focused, the group says.

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    Alli’s ‘olive branch’ to De Lille over tolling

    Sanral CEO Nazir Alli wrote to the city to seek a “win-win solution” and avoid legal action over tolling, but at the same time he said tolls were the only way to fund a project to upgrade roads. This emerged from correspondence between mayor Patricia de Lille and Sanral after the parastatal claimed on Sunday “her reply to their initial offer showed she had no interest in the project” and was bent on dragging them to court.

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    DA to lay criminal charges against Montana

    The DA will lay fraud and corruption charges against axed Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) chief executive Lucky Montana. The party also asked the Special Investigative Unit (SIU) to conduct a forensic investigation into the misconduct at …

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    Madonsela says evidence of maladministration, improper conduct at PRASA

    Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has found widespread evidence of maladministration, improper conduct, and nepotism at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa. Here is a list of ten of the 32 complaints Madonsela investigated and which she found were substantiated. A total of 19 were substantiated. Her report, released on Monday, is entitled “Derailed”.

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    Evidence of PRASA maladministration and impropriety

    Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has found evidence of widespread maladministration and impropriety in the awarding of tenders worth R2.8bn at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA). In her report entitled “Derailed”, which was released on Monday, she found that 19 of the 32 complaints were substantiated.

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    City makes us out as a monster – Sanral

    South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has claimed it, and not Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille, made an offer to resolve a court feud over proposed tolling in the city. Correspondence between the parties showed the parastatal had been a…

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    Madonsela to release Prasa report

    Public Protector Thuli Madonsela is expected to release her report on an investigation into allegations of maladministration at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) on Monday afternoon. The report was initially meant to be released on July 23, however according to her office, “implicated parties” approached her on July 22 requesting that she postponed the release “on the basis that they wished to make representations to her on issues that are central to the investigation”.

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    R195m bus depot planned for Durban

    The eThekwini Municipality is set to invest R195m in the construction of a new depot in the Bridge City area, north of Durban. The municipality’s head of communication Tozi Mthethwa said on Wednesday the super depot – which is part of the city’s Integrated Rapid Public Transport Network (IRPTN) – would accommodate a fleet of about 170 single articulated buses.

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    Construction, lack of communication likely caused derailment – PRASA

    Construction work and a lack of communication was likely the cause of a train derailment outside Kimberley late on Tuesday night, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) said. Repair work, which was meant to have been completed early on Wedne…

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