Prasa / Metrorail

Court finalises interdict against Prasa

Employees may not intimidate UniteBehind members

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Brief | 26 March 2018

Blade Nzimande says getting trains working is “urgent task” but provides no time frame

Chair of Prasa board, Tintswalo Makhubele, resigns following conflict of interest

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News | 23 March 2018

Metrorail’s Fish Hoek to Simon’s Town bus service not running

Spokesperson would not comment on why the substitute service stopped

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Brief | 21 March 2018

PRASA lawyers try to stop R59 million payment to Siyaya

Head of legal services claims board chairperson acted without authority

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News | 16 March 2018

I had to repeat grade ten because of Metrorail

Learners in Cape Town schools badly affected by collapsing train service

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News | 15 March 2018

Court interdicts PRASA from intimidating activists

“We are not going to accept undemocratic, repressive and violent behaviour in a democracy” says Zackie Achmat

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News | 9 March 2018

Angry mother lays charges against PRASA after son’s death

19-year old lost his life on Metrorail lines

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News | 20 February 2018

PRASA has no solutions to rail crisis, say MPs

Transport committee slams board’s presentation

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News | 14 February 2018

Metrorail is failing us, say school children who miss classes daily

Commuters will just have to get up earlier, says Metrorail

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News | 14 February 2018

Union threatens to shut down Metrorail’s Northern Line

Dangerous working conditions a major concern for employees

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News | 8 February 2018

Thousands of train commuters still stranded in Cape Town

Metrorail can’t say when service will resume

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News | 7 February 2018

Public Protector investigating “irregular” recruitments at Prasa

UniteBehind calls for urgent release of the findings

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News | 6 February 2018

Central Line train service still suspended

No information from Metrorail about when service will resume

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Brief | 31 January 2018

Trains on Cape Town’s Central Line suspended again

Metrorail and UNTU blame vandalism

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Brief | 18 January 2018