Is Cape Town making public transport more affordable and attractive all the while promoting walking and cycling?
PRASA said it has launched an investigation to identify hotspots for the vandalism of train infrastructure, including stone throwing
The vandalised East London and Gqeberha rail route is almost ready to resume limited service, the Eastern Cape Department of Transport said
In March, Minister Fikile Mbalula revealed that there were 3 000 ghost workers at Prasa – so how much have they been paid?
PRASA said the gunmen were after the copper cables the two contractors were working on along the Central Line near Kalksteenfontein.
Train commuters in parts of Gauteng will have no trains for the next four months PRASA will be doing maintenance work in certain lines.
Blue Mbombo has responded to rumours the father of her newborn daughter is millionaire and Prasa contract-linked businessman Auswell Mashaba.
Prasa fell victim to a grand scam in which over 3,000 ghost workers were receiving full monthly salaries, according to Fikile Mbalula.
Metrorail in the Western Cape has beefed up security after thieves vandalise and steal electrical infrastructure.
Cape Town rail commuters who have weekly and monthly tickets were left stranded due to load shedding, trains couldn’t be scheduled.
Two Cameroonian nationals were arrested after police officers recovered R3 million worth of stolen copper in their possession.
An audit has revealed that PRASA has since 2020 been paying 3000 ghost employees and some used fake ID’s to gain employment.
PRASA has revealed just how bad our trains and their railway network really are. It seems barely any of it is still functioning…
Oh hallelujah! South Africa’s Prasa and Shosholoza Meyl’s long-distance trains services are finally back on track! What a relief ahead of this year’s Christmas travels.
PRASA claims two employees who testified about corruption at the rail agency to the State Capture Commission, were dishonest
PRASA announced it has fired its CEO Zolani Matthews, with immediate effect for not disclosing his British citizenship
PRASA had placed its CEO Zolani Matthews on precautionary suspension for not disclosing his British citizenship
Prasa says upon going through a declaration signed by Zolani Matthews earlier, it was clear he deliberately hid this fact
Prasa says it will soon announce an acting CEO who’ll hold the fort while Zolani Matthews’ matter is probed
Six suspects were arrested after they were caught with PRASA railway tracks. The police said the suspects also sold train lines to a scrapyard dealer
Zolani Matthews is 64, older than the Prasa retirement age.
The Labour Court found that Martha Ngoye, Nkosinathi Khena and Tiro Holele’s dismissals at Prasa were unlawful
Could the new CEO finally be Prasa’s saving grace?
New CEO Xolani Matthews said he is “determined to deliver high-quality service and build a stable, fiscally prudent, modern company”.