Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Public Transport Voice welcomes PRASA corruption report

Rentse Khiba
25 August 2015

The public transport voice says it welcomes the public protector’s report about the passenger rail agency Rail Agency of South Africa’s corruption and maladministration.

In a statement, the organization says it believes that the government will take action and prosecute all those who are implicated.

Dalton Ndongeni says the Minister of Transport, Public Enterprise and Treasury should act quickly to intervene in problems faced by PRASA.

Ndongeni said “we are crying out to the minister of transport, Dipou Peters to intervene in what is going on in PRASA”

The commuters are the victims of what is going on, with the corruption and everything including the introduction of the new trains, having errors and everything.

“Those will show that there is a problem within the metrorail so there is a crisis within metrorail.”, Ndongeni added.

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