Fears about Minister Dlodlo weren't unfounded. Six months into the job, she's been accused of issuing illegal interception orders, writes Adriaan Basson.
Minibus taxis or malaichas, with their trailers filled with goods, offer a glimmer of hope for desperate people trying to make a living.
Drive safely, comply with traffic officials and make more use of public transport, President Cyril Ramaphosa has said at the launch of the first Transport Month.
The SANDF has assisted the police with an "Operation Lockdown" mission in Dunoon which has been rocked by protests.
Funds should be prioritised for public transportation, among other key interventions, says John Kane-Berman.
Our oceans offer the region and the continent massive opportunities for economic stimulation. We are well on track towards the realisation of this goal, writes Fikile Mbalula.
Sales of electric cars have undermined fuel cell vehicles, although Japan's government has promoted hydrogen use.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has set up a commission of inquiry to investigate the underlying causes and people behind the ongoing killings in the taxi industry across the province.
The Ministers of Employment and Labour, Police, Transport and Home Affairs convened an urgent meeting on Sunday evening to discuss the continued violence in the trucking industry and to plot a way forward.
Poor households in Cape Town spend about 43% of their income on transport, according to the City’s Mayco member for urban development, Felicity Purchase.
A 37-year-old man has been stabbed to death at the Goodwood railway station in Cape Town during the morning rush, police have said.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula, who was addressing various taxi associations in the province, called for tolerance and unity among operators.
Uber is now offering its Uber Copter service in New York to all Uber riders, and plans to expand to other cities too.
The group says Prasa's woes have resulted in delays and congestion for its bus services in the province.
A truck has been set alight on the corner of Potsdam Road and Stable Way, near Killarney International Raceway in Cape Town, as protests over taxi permits flared up again on Monday, the City says.
Commuters who use Cape Town's MyCiTi N2 Express will have to wait until at least December after the municipality announced this week that it would be putting out a request for quotations for an interim service provider to run the stalled route.
Different taxi associations have led a motorcade through Tshwane as a demonstration against xenophobia and to clear their names in the recent violence that broke out in the capital city.
The Smarter Mobility Africa summit will take place at the Sun Arena at Time Square in Gauteng on October 1 and 2.
The Department of Transport has resumed the scrapping of 1 000 panel vans which were illegally converted into minibus taxis.
The City of Cape Town had a busy weekend hunting down 176 minibus taxi drivers who owe almost R3m in outstanding warrants.
The ANC says the adoption of the appropriation bill by the National Assembly will see expenditure reprioritisation decrease by more than R50bn over the next three years.
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