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#BusStrike: Taxis bracing for busy day as bus drivers go on strike
#BusStrike: Taxis bracing for busy day as bus drivers go on strike
Thousands of commuters will wake up on Wednesday to the nationwide bus strike that is set to kick off at 05:30 while taxi and rail operators are...
Makhura plans Gauteng’s facelift
Makhura plans Gauteng’s facelift
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says plans to establish a bank owned by the provincial government will form an integral part of the administration’s turnaround strategy to grow the economy and create much-needed jobs....
Johannesburg: One metropolis, two lives
Johannesburg: One metropolis, two lives
In Braamfontein, right in the administrative heart of Johannesburg, mayor Parks Tau took the podium before a packed marquee to deliver his state of...
Rea Vaya service suspended due to strike, driver search
Rea Vaya service suspended due to strike, driver search
The Rea Vaya bus service in Johannesburg has been suspended until the service has enough drivers to operate it, operating company Piotrans said on...
Soweto residents could be stranded by Mandela memorial
Soweto residents could be stranded by Mandela memorial
The national memorial service for former president Nelson Mandela is expected to lead to large-scale disruptions for commuters. The day-long...
Sandton is feeling the squeeze
Sandton is feeling the squeeze
The Sandton skyline is dominated by skyscrapers, including the iconic Sandton City tower and the prestigious Michelangelo Towers.
Taxis trump Rea Vaya, Gautrain
Taxis trump Rea Vaya, Gautrain
Jo'burg commuters have several transport options: the Gautrain offers comfort and speed and transports 42 000 people every day, and the...
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...
The wheels came off, but Rea Vaya's ready to roll again
The wheels came off, but Rea Vaya's ready to roll again
The City of Johannesburg faces an uphill battle to get its Rea Vaya bus service back on track after nearly two months of industrial action by the...
Talks on Rea Vaya bus strike continue
Talks on Rea Vaya bus strike continue
Renewed talks aimed at resolving the Rea Vaya bus strike were underway on Monday evening, bus operator Piotrans said.
Strike stops Rea Vaya
Strike stops Rea Vaya
Johannesburg's Rea Vaya BRT (bus rapid transport) system, operated by former taxi owners, was gaining good momentum before it was derailed by the...
Three games, three modes of transport
Three games, three modes of transport
Leave your car -- public transport wins hands down in Jozi, writes Maya Fisher-French

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