Transport Minister Blade Nzimande says there are new charges being brought against some PRASA employees.
VBS rolled the dice on Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma winning the ANC presidential election – it came up snake eyes, and the bank lost R1 billion.
The City of Cape Town is bringing back the railway police in an attempt to stop attacks on MetroRail.
But according to the Railway Safety Regulator (RSR) of South Africa, PRASA is in contravention of the National Railway Safety Act.
The Minister says it was intimidation related to state capture…
Even the appointment of Pravin Gordhan as Minister of Public Enterprises is not enough to save Prasa this huge loss. We have the details.
The “he said, she said” formula is showing up Gupta associates for who they truly are
Former Prasa chief executive Lucky Montana got tongues wagging on Tuesday during his testimony in a parliamentary inquiry into state capture. Montana threw everyone under the bus. Or the train, if you’re into puns. He alleged, amongst other things, Luthuli House has in the past influenced appointments of the rail agency’s board, and even tried […]
The various trains around the country seem to be crumbling along with Prasa and all the rail infrastructure. We take a look at just how bad things are regarding our country’s trains.
UniteBehind demands removal of Mthuthuzeli Swartz, acting CEO of Rail
Prasa has come under fire this week after two train crashes in one week saw multiple deaths and hundreds of injuries. There will be no manual switching allowed.
A train crash in Germiston is now the second crash to take place this week alone. Around 200 people have been injured in this latest incident.
Deputy Finance Minister Sfiso Buthelezi and former CEO Lucky Montana implicated over and over again
“Corruption will triumph if this court does not set aside the tender,” the court said.
While revelations around the extent of the Gupta family’s network of captured government individuals holds everyone’s focus, there’s another cover-up playing out right in front of our eyes.
Radical economic transformation was the theme of new transport minister Joe Maswanganyi’s first budget and policy statement to the National Assembly.
The minister has come to the defence of her disgraced former CEO…
Hmmm, it would seem as if there’s more to Wednesday’s Prasa shuffle than what transport minister Dipuo Peters would have us think… if we take former board chair Popo Molefe’s word for it that is.
First the SABC and now Prasa… our SOEs aren’t doing all that well.
The Passenger Rail Agency has been limping from one scandal to another for years now, yet government seems to relish the opportunity to appoint questionable individuals one after the other.
Looks like things over at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa aren’t all that peachy.
Prasa chairperson Popo Molefe has implicated the ANC in the infamous locomotive deal that saw millions lost and billions misappropriated.
Minister Dipuo Peters reportedly tried to put a stop to an independent investigation into irregular expenditure at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa. No jokes folks.
Questionable payments, totaling almost R80m, were made to an Angolan businesswoman who is close friends with President Jacob Zuma, and to a controversial lawyer who is the business partner of one of his sons, according to Rapport’s lead story on Sunday.