Taxi strike is called off after Santaco and finance company reach agreement

Department of Transport’s Ishmael Mnisi condemns the violent blockading of roads, but welcomes the positive outcome ‘that came out of all this chaos’

SA Taxi drives Transaction Capital

Extensive data on the industry gives minibus financier enormous advantage when it comes to assessing risk

Uber’s trucking plans appear more modest than disruptive

Analysts and industry executives are questioning what the company can bring to the sprawling $700bn trucking industry

SA Express plunges into the red, liquidity and solvency at risk

Acting CEO Victor Xaba says he has been trying to fix a lack of internal controls, as revenue dips but profit falls sharply

Uber does not care about our safety, driver says, as more drivers are attacked

But Uber says it cannot fight criminality alone, and has called on the police and the government to do their part to end the violence

Uber board disrupts company’s sexist culture

No word yet on the fates of CEO Travis Kalanick or his right-hand man Emil Michael but Nestle’s Wan Ling Martello joins the board as an independent director

Uber board considers policy changes

Informed sources tell of talks on CE Travis Kalanick’s possible leave of absence and lawyers’ proposals on management change and harassement claim

Tasima in last push to retain eNatis

Tasima is fighting on several fronts to retain control of the lucrative eNatis contract

Tasima loses appeal court bid regarding operating the eNatis system

Tasima had been running the traffic information system since 2002, but a 2010 five-year contract extension was challenged, and was subsequently found to be ...

EFF accuses Transnet of tender irregularities

Julius Malema says he has evidence of R17bn being lost in a corrupt procurement deal for 1,064 locomotives — and he names names

Uber fires 20 employees after harassment probe

Law firm has been working with broader investigation by former US attorney-general into company culture and practices

Cargo Carriers profit plunges after losses at three of four units

The tough trading conditions made worse by ‘fragmented and highly competitive landscape, with low barriers to entry’

Cullinan gains from upswing in foreign visitors

CEO Michael Tollman points out growth at Cullinan’s inbound tourism businesses after a poor 2016 financial year

Founder of Billion Group builds R130m hotel in Mthatha

The three-star Mayfair Hotel offers top-end options for wealthy travellers, and standard suites at R1,495 a night

Grindrod CEO taking early retirement in July

Michael Hankinson will act as executive chairman; the company suffered a net loss of R1.8bn in the year to December