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Uber, Taxify drivers protest against ‘slavery’ work conditions

Drivers from Uber and Taxify – who have likened their working conditions to slavery – will on Monday down tools and have warned users to seek alternative transport. Earlier this year, e-hailing taxi drivers took part...
ETC

Get ready for a six-hour commute from Joburg to Pretoria

Get ready for a six-hour commute between Johannesburg and Pretoria by 2037 if no more roads are built in Gauteng by then. This according to Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) chief executive Coenie Vermaak. ETC collects...
Maputu Katembe bridge

Maputu Katembe bridge longest suspension bridge in Africa connecting Maputo and KZN

Mozambique's president Filipe Nyusi opened a Chinese-built bridge in the capital Maputo on Saturday that cost $785 million, saying it would help link northern and southern Africa. The twin-tower suspension bridge stands 141 metres above...
VW TAROK

VW unveils its new Tarok Concept bakkie

Volkswagen unveiled the Tarok Concept to the world at the São Paulo International Motor Show, taking place from November 6 to 18. The all-wheel-drive model combines the progressive features of the latest generation of digitally...
Road Accident Fund

Road Accident Fund warns as deficit soars

The Road Accident Fund’s (RAF’s) net deficit has jumped from R179.9-billion in the 2017 financial year, to R206.3-billion in the 2018 financial year, with the bulk of this related to unpaid claims. Claims liability has...
PRASA

Nothing sinister about the new fleet of vehicles, PRASA spokesperson says

The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa ( PRASA ) on Wednesday in response to media speculation on its new fleet, said installation of tracking devices had delayed sending vehicles it acquired recently to...

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