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Prasa put under administration, interim board dissolved

Transport minister Fikile Mbalula has placed the embattled Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) under administration.Speaking at a press briefing in Braamfontein on Monday, Mbalula introduced Bongisizwe Mpondo, who has worked on various boards,...
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Car swept away in Gauteng floodwater, roads waterlogged after 5 days of rain

The weather service predicts that rainfall will continue until Wednesday A car was swept away in the Evaton area, as waterlogged roads were flooded, particularly in Centurion, and rivers overflowed in Gauteng on Monday.Motorists have...
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“Blue Light Protocol” no longer safe for South African drivers

Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) has withdrawn its endorsement of the “Blue Light Protocol” following violent abuse against South African drivers by police officers.The protocol was developed by JPSA and the Road Traffic Management...
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SAA placed under business rescue

The Board of South African Airways (SAA) has adopted a resolution to place the company under business rescue.“This is the optimal mechanism to restore confidence in SAA and to safeguard the good assets of...
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Fikile Mbalula warns interim Prasa board over ‘dismal’ audit results

Transport minister Fikile Mbalula has asked members of the interim Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) board to explain why they should remain in office.Mbalula made this revelation in the National Assembly on Tuesday,...
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Air Zimbabwe cancels all flights

AIR Zimbabwe has cancelled all its flights which were scheduled for today due to what it described as unforeseen “operational limitations.”In a statement yesterday, Air Zimbabwe acknowledged the serious inconveniences caused by the disruptions,...
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Ford fined R35 million for Ford Kuga debacle

The Ford Motor Company of South Africa (FMCSA) has been fined an administrative fine of R35 million for the incidents in which the company’s Kuga 1.6 model caught fire.“After an intensive investigation, the National...

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