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‘One Station at a Time’ – Cape Chamber hails PRASA success in reclaiming a...

The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry wishes to commend state law enforcement and passenger rail stakeholders for reclaiming a portion of Cape Town’s central line, with more success in prospect...

The battle to reclaim Cape Town’s central commuter rail line

The battle to reclaim Cape Town’s central commuter rail line is a litmus test of Government’s ability to maintain law and order. The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry is appalled by...

PRASA’s blue train to run on Cape Town’s Southern Line

The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) confirmed that it has been granted a commercial licence to run the ‘People’s Train’ (blue electric trains) on the Southern Line in Cape...

PRASA’s recovery moves backwards in restoring the railway system in the WC

The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s (PRASA) road to recovery in the Western Cape has been a long one with several stations and railways being destroyed in the process. The...

Prasa set to spend R3 billion to restore Cape Town’s central line

Over the years, Cape Town’s railway lines have been riddled with cable theft and infrastructure problems, particularly the central line. However, this is all about to change according to the Passenger...

Small gold star for Eskom and (another) demerit point for Prasa

Last Friday’s switch-off by Eskom of electricity to the Western Cape’s Metrorail system during the evening rush hour immediately caused a great deal of discomfort to thousands of workers struggling to...

President to witness testing of new PRASA train sets

President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to visit the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) in Cape Town next week where he will be briefed on efforts to improve commuter services. The...

City may take over passenger rail

The City is seeking out a strong multi-disciplinary team of rail experts to assist the Transport Directorate with developing a plan for taking over the urban rail service in Cape Town...

On going attacks against the Minister of Finance

The ongoing attacks against the Minister of Finance, Mr Pravin Gordhan, are an indication of poor leadership and an inability to unite the cabinet in the interests of South Africa, says...

Cape Town station set for R1bn facelift

According to IOL Cape Town station is set to get another facelift - this time a 120-room hotel, office and retail complex on a part of the forecourt of the public transport...

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