South Africa’s Greyhound Shuts Down After 37 years of Service

Greyhound was the first luxury coach operator to start an intercity operations covering major cities in South Africa as well as Bulawayo and Harare in Zimbabwe.

Following almost a year of disrupted services, Greyhound has confirmed that they will close their operations in few days.

Greyhound/Citiliner will be shutting down after nearly 40 years of service in South Africa.

The transportation company announced on Wednesday that the last trips will be on 14 February this year.
Commuters who have booked for trips after the said date will have it cancelled and refunded.

Greyhound did not say what led to it having to make the decision to shut down.

Several bus companies in South Africa have initiated plans which will see about 600 employees laid off.

Over the years, Greyhound has built a reputation as one of the premium long-distance coach services in Southern Africa offering affordable cross-border and domestic transportation to thousands of commuters.

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