Back on track: Prasa pays City of Tshwane almost R16m to restore services

Prasa has coughed up millions to settle municipal debt.

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The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) was forced to pay almost R16 million to reconnect its municipal services on Thursday after the City of Tshwane declared there will be “no more free lunch”.

Prasa reportedly owes the City R28.5million, but on Thursday it offered to pay R15 809 914.32.

According to the City, since it received the disconnection notice, Prasa had been making “unsatisfactory” payments.

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