TRANSPORT

Uitenhage councillor excludes ward committee members for squabbling over projects

Committee members accuse the councillor of withholding money

By Thamsanqa Mbovane - 18 September 2020

Protesters call for Moloto Rail Corridor to be built

“Many lives will be saved, convenience will be brought to people’s lives, and economic stimulation for our locals will happen”

By Elna Schütz - 12 September 2020

No hope of Cape Town central line resuming any time soon

Services gradually being extended on other lines

By Tariro Washinyira - 28 August 2020

PRASA appointment unlawful, says court

#UniteBehind took Fikile Mbalula to court for appointing Bongisizwe Mpondo as administrator

By Tania Broughton - 25 August 2020

Cash-strapped commuters relieved that trains have resumed

PRASA says it’s working to restore services on routes hardest hit by theft and vandalism during lockdown

By Nokulunga Majola - 25 August 2020

Taxi violence in Jeffreys Bay leaves commuters stranded all week

Driver with unlicensed firearm arrested

By Joseph Chirume - 21 August 2020

Unemployed young men fix the roads the municipality cannot manage

Taxi association says the R61 from Lusikisiki to Flagstaff is potholed and dangerous

By Sibahle Siqathule - 19 August 2020

This Grade 11 learner walks 20 km to and from school daily

“By the time they get to school, they are tired, thirsty and hungry from walking”

By Nokulunga Majola - 18 August 2020

Motorists pay volunteers to fix potholes in Nelson Mandela Bay

Fed-up with waiting for the municipality, residents have taken matters into their own hands

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 6 August 2020

Cape Town residents close bridge to reduce crime

Pedestrian walkway connecting Mandalay to Lower Crossroads cut off

By Buziwe Nocuze - 30 July 2020

Wear a mask or face a fine, taxi associations warn drivers

“We are pleading with them to always wear their masks, sanitise and wash their hands before and after every trip”

By Nokulunga Majola - 30 July 2020

15km queue at Zimbabwe border

Truck drivers say they’ve been stuck for three days

By Bernard Chiguvare - 29 July 2020

Children cross the Msunduzi to get to school

There are plans for a bridge but no timeframe

By Nompendulo Ngubane - 15 July 2020

Dunoon’s potholed sewage-filled roads

City says it cannot maintain the streets due to continued unrest and threats to contractors

By Peter Luhanga - 9 July 2020

“We are forgotten. We will be remembered when the elections are closer”

Residents of Khethi in Pietermaritzburg struggle to access schools, clinics and water

By Nompendulo Ngubane - 2 July 2020

Limited Metrorail service is better than none

As services slowly resumed, Cape Town commuters generally obeyed the measures put in place to curb the spread of Covid-19

By Tariro Washinyira - 1 July 2020