*Update* Our campaign has had its first victory! PRASA is pursuing a refund of R2.65 billion, this is an important step in recovering money 
The Public Protector exposes corruption crisis at PRASA (Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa). The Public Protector’s report has found PRASA guilty of several incidents of maladministration. 
But what now? Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi must respond urgently to show she values experiences of commuters who cannot afford the luxury of the GAUTRAIN and private cars. Countless people face being mugged, sexually assaulted on our trains, or risk losing their jobs for arriving late for work due to irregular trains. We, the people, must demand that the Minister of Transport commits to recover the money looted from PRASA so that the majority of South Africans who rely on trains can travel without fear and with dignity.
The Public Protector has already made recommendations to the Minister to take disciplinary and remedial action , but we can’t just accept that our money is now gone. Those who participated in the looting of PRASA must be held to account.
To read 10 of the Public Protector’s findings against Prasa, click here: http://www.powerfm.co.za/news/breaking-news/10-of-thuli-madonselas-findings-against-prasa/
 Prasa wants its money back for Afro 4000 trains, Sunday times 29 November 2015
 Madonsela releases scathing findings against Prasa’s axed CEO, Gia Nicolaides for Eye Witness News. 24 August 2015.
 33.3 a 1 to 4 of ‘Derailed’, A Report of the Public Protector August 2015.
 10 of Thuli Madonsela’s findings against Prasa. Power FM 24 August 2015.