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Unions take on bus bosses seeking wage exemptions

Five bus companies have applied to be exempt from the wage deal that was signed after the near month-long strike

Saftu slams bus bosses threatening to take wage deal to court

Five bus companies have applied for exemption from the wage agreement that put an end to the month-long strike

The indefatigable taxi is a symbol of defiance

Their history follows the trajectory of the struggle and they are an ever-present reminder of people power, writes Zaza Hlalethwa

#BusStrike: Taxis bracing for busy day as bus drivers go on strike

Bus services such as MyCiTi, Putco, Rea Vaya, Gautrain bus service and Algoa Bus Company are among those whose services will be suspended

Taxi associations deny shooting of Putco bus

Suggestions of "taxi violence" have been slammed after a bus was attacked amid outrage that taxi operators were not given the chance to tender.

End of the line for major Putco routes

Bus service Putco has said that it will not be renewing its transport contracts in three Gauteng municipalities – Tshwane, Ekurhuleni and Sedibeng.

Bus strike leaves commuters stranded

Bus drivers have embarked on a national wage strike and demanded an 18% pay increase, says Satawu.

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