Putting aside the horror stories usually associated with the taxi industry, the sector has been acknowledged as the ultimate choice of transport for South Africans and the thousands of jobs it creates
Gun shots rang out during Monday’s taxi strike, as police attempted to control the situation.
Taxi union Santaco say that taxi operators will only receive around R1 000 once-off from government, which falls well below their request.
Transnet say that they want to ensure that their employees spending is above board and rebuild trust after corruption allegations.
Prasa says the dismissal of four senior officials signals their crackdown on irregular procurement practices.
The minister has warned that the shockingly high taxi fare increases could be unlawful and is willing to take the matter up with the Competition Commission for final determination, should push come to shove
With an annual 2.4 million passenger servicing record, it’s pertinent that Lanseria International Airport adheres to the COVID-19 regulations.
The transport department have left the door open for allowances to be made for athletes to leave coronavirus hotspots to train or take part in events.
Under level 3 of the national lockdown, which comes into effect on Monday, 1 June 2020, all sectors of the economy will be allowed to operate which means it’s back to work for many South Africans and naturally, more movement on the roads
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has welcomed the appointment of the new Prasa executives.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says he has been navigating his way through ‘unchartered waters’ with his ‘fix-it’ approach.
Hours after the directive that taxis could take 100% loading capacity, provided passengers wear masks, Mbalula rescinded the decision.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says german tourists will be evacuated from South Africa early next week in the midst of lockdown.
The National Department of Transport confirmed that provision would be made for “essential transport services” to continue during the 21-lockdown. Here’s what you need to know.
As promised, the City of Cape Town have cut Prasa’s water supply and say that if they don’t pay their bills, electricity will follow.
The City of Cape Town say that if they follow through with the threat, commuter journeys won’t be affected.
Minister of Transport, Fikile Mbalulua breaks it down at Polokwane International Airport for International Civil Aviation Day (ICAD).
The Aarto Act is predicted to create an expensive “bureaucratic tangle”.
“The Aarto Act is a big push to make money by bullying those who have acquired infringement notices to pay immediately.”
The public can comment on the draft developed to govern traffic offences with the Aarto Act.
The Aarto Act includes the licence points demerit system for “reckless drivers”.
On Saturday, President Cyril Ramaphosa will officially launch the campaign for this month in Gauteng.
A new trend has caught fire as these illegal panel vehicles are allegedly being converted into ambulances too.
Mbalula signed a protocol that deals with criminal offences committed on-board international flights.
Mbalula is planning a road safety campaign that will “aggressively” drive road safety messages.