The local government urges long-distance public transport operators to get their vehicles in check for the oncoming Easter long weekend

By Kouthar Sambo The local government has urged long-distance public transport operators to be part of Operation Exodus and get their vehicles in check for the oncoming Easter long weekend. According to the City’s Mayco Member for Safety & Security, JP Smith, examiners have conducted vehicle safety checks on 327[…]

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Building on fire in Parliament Avenue in Cape Town

LOCAL Cape Town firefighters are battling a blaze in a building in Parliament Avenue. Councillor JP Smith says six firefighting vehicles and approximately 36 firefighters are on the scene. The fire is burning on the third floor, with initial reports indicating it started in the office space and is spreading[…]

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Two suspects arrested in CT CBD shooting appear in court

Two people arrested following shootings in the Cape Town CBD on Monday are expected to appear in court today. Seven people were wounded when gunmen opened fire at three locations including the Cape Town Station Deck. Two men aged 31-year-old and 39-years old were arrested at different locations on the[…]

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MyCiTi bus drivers engage in “illegal” strike

Commuters in Cape Town faced more disruptions on Monday morning, as MyCiti bus drivers in Cape Town embarked on a so-called “illegal or wildcat strike.” Some of the bus drivers who are employed by the Vehicle Operating Companies (VOCs) operating the MyCiTi bus routes embarked on an illegal strike at[…]

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City: No increase to parking fees in the CBD

Motorists commuting to Cape Town will not be paying more for parking space in the CBD. This after the City of Cape Town rejected claims about a proposed increase in parking fees in the CBD from R130 to R400 per day. Mayco member for Urban Development and Transport, Brett Herron,[…]

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