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    This is why Metrorail employees are striking

    Passenger Rail Agency of SA (PRASA) employees – or at least some of them – is holding a one-day strike on Friday. The United National Transport Union (Untu) will hold marches in several cities “to fix our trains”.

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    Mbalula names new transport director general who will tackle e-tolls, Prasa

    Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has named Alec Moemi as Director General of the Transport Department. The Department of Transport has been without a DG since May 2016, after the suspension and passing of former DG Godfrey Selepe. Moemi will also focu…

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    Mbalula names new transport director general who will tackle e-tolls, Prasa

    Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has named Alec Moemi as Director General of the Transport Department. The Department of Transport has been without a DG since May 2016, after the suspension and passing of former DG Godfrey Selepe. Moemi will also focu…

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    Two take empty passenger train for Friday night joyride

    Two unknown suspects went off the rails on Friday night and stole an empty passenger train before driving it from eMkhomazi to Umgababa in KwaZulu-Natal – a distance of 12 km. Passenger Rail Agency Agency of South Africa (PRASA) spokesperson Zama Nomnganga confirmed the incident to News24, saying that PRASA’s security officials were investigating the incident.

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    Two take empty passenger train for Friday night joyride

    Two unknown suspects went off the rails on Friday night and stole an empty passenger train before driving it from eMkhomazi to Umgababa in KwaZulu-Natal – a distance of 12 km. Passenger Rail Agency Agency of South Africa (PRASA) spokesperson Zama Nomnganga confirmed the incident to News24, saying that PRASA’s security officials were investigating the incident.

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    Cape Town’s MyCiTi N2 Express impasse escalated to national and provincial govt

    The City of Cape Town is hoping to meet the national and Western Cape’s transport departments in the hopes of getting its suspended MyCiTi N2 Express to Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain back in service. “We are doing our utmost to get the service back on track,” said the city’s mayoral committee member for transport, Felicity Purchase.

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    Cape Town’s MyCiTi N2 Express impasse escalated to national and provincial govt

    The City of Cape Town is hoping to meet the national and Western Cape’s transport departments in the hopes of getting its suspended MyCiTi N2 Express to Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain back in service. “We are doing our utmost to get the service back on track,” said the city’s mayoral committee member for transport, Felicity Purchase.

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    Transport Minister dreams of bullets trains … but commuters want Metrorail to work now

    To see first-hand what commuters face in the Western Cape, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula planned to take a train from Khayelitsha to Langa on Tuesday morning. The trip did not go as planned, reports GroundUp. After a long delay and with further delays expected because of two deaths on the central line, Mbalula abandoned commuters and used his ministerial escort instead to get to Langa.

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    Transport Minister dreams of bullets trains … but commuters want Metrorail to work now

    To see first-hand what commuters face in the Western Cape, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula planned to take a train from Khayelitsha to Langa on Tuesday morning. The trip did not go as planned, reports GroundUp. After a long delay and with further delays expected because of two deaths on the central line, Mbalula abandoned commuters and used his ministerial escort instead to get to Langa.

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    Gordhan says SOEs in dire straits, threatens boards and CEOs with intervention

    South Africa’s State-owned companies are in a parlous state and if the boards and management of these organisations do not do what government expects of them, it won’t hesitate to intervene to ensure proper governance and financial management, says Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan. He painted a grim picture of the country’s biggest state-owned entities – Eskom, SAA, Transnet and Denel – when he delivered his response to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address on Tuesday. Gordhan told MPs that state capture is the major reason why most remain a blight on the country’s balance sheet.

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