Ismail Vadi

 
Gautrain will operate on public holiday, no end in sight for strike
Gautrain will operate on public holiday, no end in sight for strike
The Gautrain will operate on Thursday (Women's Day) with a reduced service during peak periods, as the strike continues.
Gauteng ANC disciplines six of its members in an effort to rehabilitate its image
Gauteng ANC disciplines six of its members in an effort to rehabilitate its image
The ANC in Gauteng has expelled one of its members from Ekurhuleni and suspended five more from Tshwane after they were were found guilty of...
[Video]Mamelodi transport debacle: Threat of a stalemate
[Video]Mamelodi transport debacle: Threat of a stalemate
Interviews with affected parties and local government in Mamelodi revealed signs of a breakdown in communication and the potential for a stalemate.
New proposed Gautrain routes to boost public transport usage
New proposed Gautrain routes to boost public transport usage
Seven new rail routes have been proposed in an effort to encourage public transport usage in Gauteng, transport MEC Ismail Vadi said on Thursday....
E-tolls: We'll barricade the highways, vows Vavi
E-tolls: We'll barricade the highways, vows Vavi
Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi warned the government on Wednesday that the labour federation would not permit e-tolling to go ahead, as...
Taxi drivers won't revolt against second BRT rollout
Taxi drivers won't revolt against second BRT rollout
No violence is expected from taxi organisations when the public transport system Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) rolls out phase two in...
Transport minister to decide on toll road funding method
Transport minister to decide on toll road funding method
A report detailing the public's view on the Gauteng highway tolling system will be forwarded to Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele after a vote by...
Gauteng transport: the road ahead
Gauteng transport: the road ahead
Almost a year into his tenure as Gauteng MEC for transport, Ismail Vadi indicates that road maintenance is a top priority in this financial year...
Gauteng tender flaws: 'The rot is deep'
Gauteng tender flaws: 'The rot is deep'
The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) has welcomed the uncovering of serious flaws in the procurement of Gauteng road department...

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