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Greyhound's exit brings its 37-year run to an end
Greyhound's exit brings its 37-year run to an end


It's hard to picture a festive season or payday weekend without Greyhound buses on the road, as blue-collar workers head home - but this is a reality many will soon face.

KAP Industrial Holdings said it would stop its Greyhound and Citiliner services this month after 37 years in the industry, bringing an end to its annual ferry of 804 293 passengers across 25 million kilometres of road, from Cape Town to KwaZulu-Natal, Maputo and Zimbabwe. 

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