Finance minister Enoch Godongwana has given his backing to the City of Cape Town’s request to conduct a feasibility study into its takeover of the metropolitan rail passenger transport system from the national government.

His approach is an about-turn from the Treasury’s response to a previous attempt by the city to conduct a feasibility study, which was quashed on the grounds it would constitute wasteful expenditure...

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