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Updated 6 hours ago There is little doubt that the taxpayer will be left footing the bill for the problems experienced at power supplier Eskom, and probably so through... →
15th July 2019 A new study on the socio-economic impact of the Gautrain indicates that the rapid-rail system adds R6.64-billion to Gauteng economy’s gross... →
11th July 2019 The first South African developed hydrogen fuel cell bus is set to find a home with a local bus fleet, as soon as trial testing has been completed.... →
8th July 2019 A governmental task team will produce a report on the future of electronic tolling in Gauteng by August. Speaking at a media conference at the... →
19th June 2019 The South African government will spend about R38-billion over the next three years on the procurement of new trains for the Metrorail service, as... →
26th October 2018 Two electric cargo bikes (e-bikes) will start operations, in Sharpeville, Gauteng, at the end of November. The pilot project, a partnership between... →
22nd October 2018 The South African National Roads Agency Limited’s (Sanral’s) Horizon 2030 strategy is “ready to go to Cabinet”, in a process that will be managed... →
10th July 2018 The public was not properly consulted in the process to implement e-tolling in Gauteng, says Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) CEO Coenie Vermaak.... →
9th July 2018 South Africa is in critical need of a funding model for its road infrastructure. “The situation with toll in this country now is that, number one,... →
20th June 2018 Gauteng commuters should, in 2020, be able to use one card/ticket for all their public transport journeys, across all modes, such as rail and bus.... →