Golden Arrow, the prefered method of public transport for most South Africans is celebrating its 160th birthday today. To mark the occasion, Golden Arrow has announced that it will be charging a flat fare of just R10.50 for all cash trips today, April 1, 2021.
“Golden Arrow has never been just a ‘bus business’, at our core we are people-oriented. We move people, we employ people, and we uplift people. This is our true legacy,” said General manager, Derick Meyer, in a statement.
“Over the last 160 years, millions of Capetonians have made use of our services, thousands have spent time in the Company’s employ and thousands more have benefitted from the Company’s corporate social responsibility programmes,” Meyer added.
Meyer also went on to thank everyone who has been a part of this journey over the years. In particular, Meyer thanks the 2 500 employees who have made sure that passengers all around the country were able to get to where they needed to go each and every day.
Golden Arrow Bus Services (Pty) Ltd
GOLDEN ARROW GIVES BACK TO PASSENGERS FOR ITS 160TH…
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