The government’s draft plan for the beleaguered port and rail operator advances the ideal of an entrepreneurial state
The corporatisation of SOEs has disempowered the South African public and benefited corporate power and private finance
The passenger rail entity expects to make a R1.7 billion loss in the current financial year
In announcing Leonard Ramatlakane’s firing, minister Sindisiwe Chikunga thanked him for his ‘sterling work’
Chief Justice Zondo concedes it has taken too long to set up the committee but that a draft document is already on the cards
Calls for two judges accused of crime to step aside while a third appears before Judicial Conduct Tribunal on a complaint of impeachable misconduct
Call for Eastern Cape judge president to step aside over sexual harassment and hearings begin in misconduct charges against Gauteng judge Makhubele
The tide is turning, impunity is no longer a given, says national prosecutions boss Shamila Batoyi
Rebuild efforts have been mired in concerns about looting, but it could provide a much-needed stimulus to a crisis-hit province
The Spanish locomotives procured in an infamous state capture deal will be adjusted to run on local railway lines in an agreement designed to ensure the company recovers R1-billion of the money it lost
Whistleblowers also want the introduction of compensation to a whistleblower for loss of livelihoods, income, life savings, pensions and reputations
Zolani Matthews has been fired after an investigation found he deliberately and intentionally failed to disclose that he holds British citizenship
The president’s claim that he served as deputy president under Zuma as a way of stemming corruption came up short against prior evidence of witnesses who said he failed to help them do so
Tiro Holele said the former Prasa head was part of a pattern where executives mastermind irregular deals but blame subordinates
The state capture inquiry confronts the corruption-accused MP on his track record of inaction on Bosasa, which made R7-billion off the state
MPs were helpless to stop runaway losses and probe locomotive deal at Prasa, Zondo commission hears as it mulls parliament’s role in state capture era
The transport minister uses humour, which his targets don’t find funny, to survive in tough times or to divert attention from a problem.
Early studies suggest that the Covid-19 can survive up to three days in droplets that are coughed or sneezed on to surfaces
Cape Town’s largest passenger rail line has been closed for months, hitting people’s pockets and adding to road traffic congestion in the city
Sona was a mixed bag but there were some meaningful announcements
The poor condition of state-owned enterprises remains a blight on growth forecasts
The sheriff of the Western Cape High Court attached seven of Prasa’s coaches on Monday in lieu of R2.4-million owed to Chuma Security.
Heated correspondence shows the fight for state contracts at SA’s passenger rail agency and suggests pressure exerted to pay an ANC-aligned supplier.
The Passenger Rail Association of South Africa is facing allegations of tender irregularities and financial mismanagement.
Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa chief executive Lucky Montana says train fares are skewed in favour of rail commuters and poor communities.
Fedusa says unions should have been consulted about plans to introduce an integrated public transport system controlled by municipalities.
Deputy Transport Minister Jeremy Cronin says government is considering taking the responsibilities of Prasa and handing it to cities for management.
Prasa has said government could be investing R137-billion in modern rail infrastructure as private funding for the project might be unaffordable.
A 2009 report shows collisions climbed sharply, compelling more stringent safety standards.
The driver of a train that crashed into a stationary train in Soweto last week was dismissed on Tuesday for doing 85km/h in a 30km/h zone, Prasa says.
Protesting Johannesburg train commuters on Wednesday called for the reinstatement of Transnet as an operator.
South Africa’s rail network needs investment of R97-billion to radically change the way South Africa travels.