PRASA, as the implementing arm of the National Department of Transport, the sole shareholder, is primarily focused on the mandate contained in the Legal Succession Act of South African Transport Services (SATS) Act of 1989, as amended in November 2008.
At the recent media briefing, the Chairman of the PRASA Board, Dr. Popo Molefe, has confirmed that the Board is on course to address the findings and recommendation of the Public Protector.
The Afro4000 locomotives will change the travel experience of South Africans forever and will usher in a new era of modernity in passenger rail services. AFRO4000 is a symbol of the future.
It Is Here Now.
Prasa has, as its focus, mobility and accessibility for the multitudes of South Africans who rely on rail and affordable bus services to access socio-economic opportunities, thus contributing to a better quality of life of the people as a whole.
Therefore, Public Value, is at the core of Prasa's commitment to passenger service.