May 6, 2021

Trains suspended after ‘equipment failure’ at Cape Town station

Equipment failure at Cape Town station led to trains being suspended until further notice. Link to
April 17, 2021

Santaco distances itself from Limpopo taxis branded in support of Ace Magashule

Santaco has distanced itself from taxis which are branded in support of embattled ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule and Limpopo ANC Limpopo treasurer Danny Msiza. Link to […]
April 9, 2021

SA must ‘move with speed’ on transformation in aviation industry – Fikile Mbalula

Previously disadvantaged individuals – black, coloured and Indian – still only hold 11% of licences in SA’s aviation industry, says Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula. Link to […]
April 1, 2021

Tourism, hospitality recovery likely only after vaccine rollout – survey

There has been an improvement in confidence levels for the hotel, restaurants, real estate, transport and business services industries, despite being hard hit by Covid-19 restrictions. […]
March 31, 2021

SA mayors join global call for Covid-19 intervention in public transport sector

Mayors from three South Africa municipalities and a union have called for government subsidies for the public transport sector. Link to
March 18, 2021

‘One life lost, is one too many’: Transport union saddened by the loss of members to Covid-19

The United National Transport Union is mourning the loss of several of its members to Covid-19. Link to
March 5, 2021

Stats SA survey reveals commuters’ endless headaches with transport

The number of pupils who walk to school last year decreased to 10.1 million from 11 million in 2013, according to Stats SA. Link to
February 17, 2021

‘Budget cuts’ the cause of over 37 000 Eastern Cape pupils left with no scholar transport

More than 120 000 pupils dropped out of school due to the Covid-19 impact, but there are fresh fears the lack of transport for learners will […]
February 10, 2021

Over 100 000 KZN pupils will not receive transport due to R634m budget shortfall

KwaZulu-Natal is short of more than R500 million to transport pupils, leaving around 108 000 without the vital service. Link to