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Another multimillion-rand Johannesburg contract set aside

Threats of legal action force a contract set aside which could have seen second-hand equipment supplied to the city

A changing world means urban areas must be self-reliant

Smart cities are harnessing the best of humanity, creating sustainable places for people to work.

Changes could smooth the way

South Africa's infrastructure for roads, rail and air transport affects everything from consumer prices to foreign investment.

Miss World gives Jo’burg a hangover

Internal report criticises the council's spending priorities and risk strategies.

Jo’burg announces deal with taxi owners

Nearly half the minibus taxis operating between Soweto and Ellis Park will be removed from Johannesburg's roads, mayor Amos Masondo said on Tuesday.

Court rules against Rea Vaya strike

Rea Vaya bus drivers will be back at work on Tuesday after the Labour Court ruled that Monday's strike action was illegal.

Fans urged to use BRT to get to Soccer City

Fans have been urged to use the Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transport System to Bafana Bafana's friendly against Colombia at Soccer City on Thursday night.

World Cup fans face transport hurdles

Soccer World Cup fans still won't find it easy to get between and around the nine host cities, some analysts say.

Nine injured as gunmen open fire on buses

Nine people were injured in two separate incidents when gunmen opened fire on Rea Vaya buses in Soweto, police said on Saturday.

Taxi operators force their way into Union Buildings

Chaos broke out on Wednesday as members of the National Taxi Alliance forced their way into the main entrance of the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

Tough talk on taxi hooligans

Deputy Transport Minister Jeremy Cronin tells the <em>Mail & Guardian</em> that sections of the taxi industry are blocking transformation.

New bus routes a success despite violence, vandalism

The first day of the new, extended Rea Vaya bus service was a success, despite violence and vandalism, the City of Johannesburg said on Monday.

BRT bus comes under fire in Soweto

A bus rapid transit (BRT) bus was shot at in Soweto in a drive-by shooting, Johannesburg police said on Saturday.

Taximen complain about BRT expansion

The City of Johannesburg was forcing its bus rapid transit (BRT) system on the taxi industry, the United Taxi Association Forum said on Friday.

Roll-out of Rea Vaya’s final phase delayed

The roll-out of the final phase of the bus-rapid transit system will be delayed by two weeks, Johannesburg mayor Amos Masondo said on Friday.

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