The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport has made it a priority to improve the lives of those residing in townships, informal settlements, and hostels. This is particularly important given the challenges faced by these communities, which often lack access to safe and reliable public transport.
The Central Line relocation process has become a source of controversy recently due to misinformation from the new Transport Minister Sindisiwe Chikunga. During her speech in the National Assembly on May 16th, 2023, she wrongly claimed that the City of Cape Town is responsible for the project. Her statement led to confusion and raised concerns among the public.
The Department of Transport recently hosted a Post Budget Vote Stakeholder and Media Panel Discussion Breakfast on May 18, 2023 at the Taj Hotel in Cape Town. The event aimed to provide an opportunity for stakeholders and media representatives to analyze the key transport issues that emerged following the budget announcement.
From May 15th to 18th, a series of events will take place covering various aspects of transportation, with Transport Minister Ms. Sindisiwe Chikunga leading the activities. ## Oversight visits to the Huguenot Tunnel and Passenger Rail Northern Line Projects
The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport recently released a statement in response to the payment delays experienced by Putco Bus Company. The report sheds light on the payment procedures and trends in the industry. ## Payment Delays in the Industry
South Africa has taken a significant step towards a sustainable and lowcarbon future by publishing its 8th National Greenhouse Gas Inventory Report (NIR). This detailed report provides an inventory of annual greenhouse gas emissions from 2000 to 2020, including sources of emissions and removals by sinks, such as carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, perfluorocarbons, and hydrofluorocarbons.
Over the past century, people have become increasingly disconnected from the food they eat. The rise of industrial agriculture, the proliferation of processed and fast food, and the globalization of food markets have all contributed to a culture of convenience and instant gratification. However, this has come at a cost: the nutritional quality of our food is declining, with potentially severe consequences for our Health and the environment.