Transnet backs away from fragmentation

WITHALMOST no warning, the number of Cape Town’s weekday commuter trains operated by Metrorail was cut by 13% from 641 to 557 from January 7. The company holds a concession from SA Rail Commuter Corporation to operate suburban services in major cites, and blamed a shortage of drivers after weekly ...

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