PRASA To Conform To Special Conditions As RSR Lifts Prohibition Directive

Following a meeting between the senior management of the Railway Safety Regulator (RSR) and the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) on 12 January, the RSR has taken a decision to lift the Prohibition Directive issued to PRASA with immediate effect and to invoke Section 45a of the National Railway Safety Regulator Act 16 of 2002 (as amended) in instances where PRASA has contravened the directive. PRASA Rail submitted a corrective action plan to the RSR that details how they intend to a

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