Newly-appointed Transport Minister, Fikile Mbalula says he plans on bringing stability to the Passenger Rail Service (Prasa).
Prasa Board of Control and Group CEO, Dr Nkosinathi Sishi has placed various executives on suspension and special leave.
The National Association of South African Workers (NASA) says it will continue to down tools at train stations if PRASA refuses to meet its demands.
The two new trains launched in Cape Town recently, which are hoped to lessen the transport burden for commuters, are expected to be operational within the next three months.
The Passenger Rail Agency, Prasa, has suspended it’s Head of Security in the Western Cape, Ernest Hendricks, along with a security company following the torching of two trains at Cape Town Station during the Easter Weekend.