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Local software company shines at hackathon

The recent SBC and RCS Future Cities Hackathon held in Cape Town sought to solve some of the world's most pressing problems...

9 Apr 2019

New three-way stop planned at the Cedara interchange

N3TC will implement a new permanent three-way stop on the R103 (at the north- and southbound N3/Cedara Road interchanges in KwaZulu-Natal) during April 2019...

2 Apr 2019

Massive petrol price hike this April

Strong oil prices and an ever-weakening Rand have combined to set up yet another fuel price hike...

29 Mar 2019

Global study identifies success factors to improve daily travel

Visa, in collaboration with Stanford University, launched one of the largest global studies examining the growing demand for public and private transportation...

22 Mar 2019

New taxi rank set for Dunoon

The City of Cape Town's Transport Directorate will invest approximately R41,2 million on building a brand new minibus-taxi facility in Dunoon...

19 Mar 2019

Sampling the six-star dining aboard Crystal Serenity's Waterside restaurant

On the night of 12 March 2019, we had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to dine aboard the Waterside restaurant while the Luxury Collection's Crystal Serenity was docked at the Cruises Terminal of the V&A Waterfront. Here's a taste of the experience...

By Leigh Andrews 15 Mar 2019

Some Soweto taxi routes to shut down

The Witwatersrand Taxi Association (WATA) and Nanduwe taxi associations have until Friday, 15 March 2019, to close their taxi ranks...

14 Mar 2019

The taxi industry - don't destroy it, save it!

The taxi industry has been the backbone of South Africa's transport industry for generations...

By Vincent Raseroka 11 Mar 2019

Former Prasa Rail CEO back in the dock for fraud

Mthuthuzeli Swartz, who is also accused of stealing railway lines and sleepers, attacks #UniteBehind and makes allegations against his former colleagues...

By Joseph Chirume and GroundUp Staff 28 Feb 2019

#BudgetSpeech2019: Fuel levies up, focus on improving non-toll roads

During the 2019 Budget Speech, it was announced there will be an increase to fuel levies and that the South African National Roads Agency is allocated an additional R3.5bn over the next three years to improve non-toll roads...

20 Feb 2019

Have your say on traffic laws

The Traffic Law Enforcement Committee has invited members of the public to provide comments on the future and direction of road traffic law enforcement in South Africa...

18 Feb 2019

Driving during loadshedding

The current loadshedding dilemma is affecting daily functioning on various levels, and motorists, in particular, are voicing distress over interruptions in traffic...

13 Feb 2019

SONA 2019: Road closures

To accommodate the State of the Nation Address (SONA) and the opening of Parliament on Thursday, 7 February 2019, several roads will be closed in and around the Cape Town CBD...

6 Feb 2019

Cape Town railway station to close platforms for system upgrade

Several platforms at Cape Town railway station are expected to close from 26 January until 30 January 2019...

By Evan-Lee Courie 22 Jan 2019

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