These graphs show PRASA’s disastrous state

No trains, no hope? We show just how bad things are at PRASA.

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Analysis | 21 September 2022

Lack of fuel brings Tshwane buses to a stop

Union says those responsible must be punished

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Brief | 21 September 2022

We want more toilets and better access to water, say Centurion shack dwellers

But City of Tshwane says it has already provided what it can with its budget

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Brief | 21 September 2022

This is Cape Town’s best run train

Activists protest at Mini Blue Train to highlight PRASA’s failures

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Brief | 20 September 2022

Public sector workers threaten “full-blown” strike

Workers picket outside bargaining council, as they reject 3% wage increase offer

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Brief | 20 September 2022

Ndabeni protesters block busy road

City of Cape Town says it can’t provide services to shack dwellers living on private land

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News | 20 September 2022

More than 150 judgments outstanding for more than six months – most recent report

But even the late judgments report appears to be late

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News | 20 September 2022

Volunteers fill scores of rubbish bags during river clean-up

Mosselbank River Conservation Team in Cape Town mark World Clean-Up Day

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Brief | 20 September 2022

Parents shut down Geluksdal school over new claims of race-based gang violence

The education department says it has no reports of race-based conflicts or gangs

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News | 20 September 2022

Yet again no trains operating in Eastern Cape

Commuter costs have doubled and tripled on major routes as a result

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Brief | 20 September 2022

Zimbabweans trying to leave SA not being turned back: Home Affairs explains

The department says people without valid documents are being referred to documentation counters but choose not to go

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Brief | 19 September 2022

“If you want us to bring his head or hand that can be done” - immigrants extorted for protection money

Weekend of calm in Plettenberg Bay after week of violence, but “a solution will not be reached soon”.

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News | 19 September 2022

Give us jobs, chant hundreds of Gauteng workers

NUPSAW to meet provincial health department over demand for Public Works people to be employed permanently

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Brief | 19 September 2022

Residents take to the streets after Harrismith without power for two weeks

Electricity restored Sunday afternoon but municipality will need millions to fix its substation properly

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News | 19 September 2022

Government needs to speed up cannabis law reform, say protesters

“We’ve been given the constitutional right to grow and consume it, but we haven’t been given the right to trade with it,” says Linda Siboto

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Brief | 19 September 2022

Shack dwellers say they cannot afford solar power company’s monthly fees

Empowerment project stumbles in Khayelitsha, showing the complexity of providing solutions to informal settlements

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News | 19 September 2022