PRASA says between April & May trains damaged cost the company over R200m.

Leonie Pretorius
28 June 2016

The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa  says it’s lost over R330 million in less than a year due to theft of its cables, vandalism and arson.

Prasa says between April and May alone, 20 of its trains were set alight, costing the company over R200 million.

Acting group CEO Nathi Khena revealed the staggering figure in Braamfontein yesterday.

Prasa says the Western Cape is worst affected with damages with amounting to almost R120 million, followed by Gauteng with R90 million


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