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Partnership with police in mpumalanga pays off

Putco has been working closely with the police in the Mpumalanga area of our operation to deal with vandalism of our buses and other criminal activities.

Putco sends condolences to families of victims of R573 accident

Putco confirms that bus no 7945 which has a roll-over protection, was operating on the R573 and got involved in a fatal accident around 04:18am at Bynespoort, a few kilometres from Roodeplaat Dam, on Wednesday, 13 November 2019.

23 Students Receive Tertiary Bursaries from PUTCO Foundation

As South Africans prepare to celebrate Freedom Day on 27 April, and reflect on the gains and challenges of post-apartheid South Africa, the country’s oldest and largest public bus operator will be celebrating the month of emancipation with 23 students who have been awarded partial financial assistance by the PUTCO Foundation to further their tertiary education.

Un-roadworthy bakkie cause of PUTCO accident in Mpumalanga

Wednesday, 16 March 2016: Two Putco buses were involved in a head-on collision on the R568 at Kameelpoort at about 05h00 this morning.

Step Up to a Start Up Youth Entrepreneurial Development initiative

stepup2mainSTEP UP 2 A START-UP Youth Entrepreneurial Development initiative

“Putco has supported social and economic development in South Africa for many years through the Putco Foundation.  We believe strongly in the role of education as a development driver and in support of this have run a dedicated student scholarship programme for many decades.

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