Cape Town train fire suspect to appear in court
A train was torched on platform 13 over the Easter long weekend, which led to another train catching fire.
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WC traffic chief ‘pleased’ with officers’ work over Easter weekend
There were 35 road deaths recorded over the long weekend in the Western Cape, a significant increase from last year's 27.
Metrorail warns of disruptions at CT station
Two trains were set on fire over the weekend, resulting in 12 coaches being gutted.
WC Metrorail fears latest train fire could be start of more attacks
From July to October 2018, Metrorail lost several trains due to fires in Cape Town, and Sunday’s incident has set it back once again.
Police expect to make more arrests in recent CT train attack
Police say more arrests could be made in connection with the torching of two trains at Cape Town station.
WC records sharp rise in Easter weekend road deaths
Western Cape traffic officials had hoped to reduce that number by at least 50%.
Metrorail’s Richard Walker says latest CT train fire will hamper service
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa has estimated the destruction of 12 coaches will cost at least R33 million.
CT police arrest suspect in connection with train fire
Video footage was used to identify a suspect; a 30-year-old man from Khayelitsha.
19 killed on WC roads; Easter death toll expected to increase
Most of the people who died on the province's roads over the weekend were pedestrians.
CT train fire may have been deliberate, says WC Transport MEC
Western Cape Transport MEC Donald Grant said that video footage from the Cape Town train station shows that Sunday's incident may have been deliberate.
Santaco hopes Hout Bay taxi meeting brings sustainable operational plan
This follows violence between rival associations in the area that claimed five lives last month.
Ramaphosa condemns deadly Sri Lanka attacks
At least 290 people have been killed in a series of bombings at churches and hotels that went off on Easter Sunday.
Santaco hopes Hout Bay taxi violence doesn't flare up amid negotiations
Santaco Western Cape chairperson Achmat Dyason said that taxi associations in the area have given the assurance there will be no more violence, as negotiations between them continue.
CT teen hit by train didn't want to be late for school, says dad
Simo Kwepe's father, Michael, says his son died because he didn't want to be late for school. It's for this reason that the grade 10 learner apparently jumped out of a train that was stuck between stations.
Santaco: Hout Bay taxi associations agree to continue negotiations
The violence stems from a dispute between two taxi associations over a Hout Bay to Cape Town route.
Family of Cape Town boy hit by train struggles with two funerals
Simo Kwepe’s father said it was not only his son who was being buried on Saturday, but the boy’s grandmother too.
District 6 Working Committee: Courts needed to move land claims process along
On Wednesday, the Western Cape High Court ordered the Rural Development and Land Reform Minister to explain what government has done to deliver restitution to the hundreds of land claimants who've been waiting over twenty years.