The Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) has bowed to pressure by workers, committing to increase their salaries after unions mounted legal action to force the cash-strapped rail operator to implement a multiyear wage agreement it has with the unions.

Prasa is among state-owned enterprises that have been riddled with systemic corruption linked to state capture during former president Jacob Zuma’s term as president...

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