By Tauhierah Salie Western Cape authorities have urged public transport operators and commuters to adhere to all Level 4 regulations under the national lockdown, as thousands of employees head back to work this week. In a bid to keep a sinking economy afloat, the relaxed regulations now makes allowance for[…]
The Western Cape Metered Taxi Council has asked the provincial transport department to intervene urgently to quell frustration among taxi drivers it says could end in violence and cripple the industry. The request, sent to transport and public works MEC Donald Grant on Tuesday, raised a number of frustrations experienced[…]
A speedster who attracted a lot of media attention after claiming he was a Western Cape MEC failed to appear in a Johannesburg court on Wednesday. Initially, the man was expected to appear in the Randburg Magistrate’s Court on a charge of reckless or negligent driving. Court officials on Wednesday[…]
The Western Cape provincial government on Tuesday denied that one of its MECs had been arrested for speeding along the N1 South in Midrand. Western Cape Transport MEC Donald Grant said there was “absolutely no truth” to the reports. Johannesburg metro police said the man was caught driving at 207km/h[…]
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