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As the Rustenburg Rapid Transport project failed, the municipality has resorted to using taxis to ferry passengers.
As the Rustenburg Rapid Transport project failed, the municipality has resorted to using taxis to ferry passengers.
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After spending almost R4 billion on the Rustenburg Rapid Transport (RRT) initiative, the North West municipality has now spent another R2.6 billion to buy minibus taxis instead of rapid transit buses to ferry commuters.

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