180 taxis, buses unroadworthy in 4 days

Four days into the City of Cape Town’s festive season road safety initiative, 180 public transport vehicles have already been found to be unroadworthy. On the positive side, most of the vehicles stopped and checked were roadworthy, the City said on Monday. Safety checks on 628 vehicles – of which[…]

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Israel “Apartheid” buses condemned

A new decision by Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon to ban Palestinians from using buses from Al-Quds (occupied Jerusalem) to West Bank has sparked angry reactions as a clear indication on Israel’s apartheid, anti-Arab system. “They say we take up space on the bus, but we don’t ride for free.[…]

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Nyanga quiet after protest

There was no violence reported over night in Nyanga, Cape Town police said on Tuesday. “The situation is calm, no incident has been reported,” Captain Frederick van Wyk said. A taxi driver was shot dead and buses were set alight amid a protest in the area on Monday. The 39-year-old[…]

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