AM Magwaba Bus Service have beefed up its bus fleet to help meet the current passenger’s appetite for local daily commuting travel. This is also to assist the now increasing demand for long-distance special hire needs.

After several complaints from the passengers that the old fleet was taking them to work late, the management listened and decided to add more new fleets.

Passengers traveling from Nzhelele, Makhado, and Vleifontein will have new fleets, and going to work late will be a thing of the past.

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According to AM Magwaba Bus Service Manager, Hulisani Dabishi, the company had issues with fleets.

“We at AM Magwaba Bus Service, are pleased to announce that we have added three brand new buses to our existing fleet. This is in line with our new company policy to procure a brand new fleet every 6 to 12 months to reduce the average fleet age to less than 5 years,” said Dabishi.

New buses for Magwaba Bus service
AM Magwaba Service brand new buses

He said these new babies will solidify the stance to offer the passengers a world-class transport system and keep the passengers safe on the roads.

“Not only will our passengers be happier but our drivers too as they will be operating in luxury and style with brand new reliable buses. We would also like to take the opportunity to thank our passengers for their continued support and input. We at Magwaba Bus Service adhere to continuing to serve our passengers by putting them first by delivering world-class transport service standards,” he said.


Dabishi added that the Magwaba bus service understands the vital role that transport plays within the economy and is proud to contribute positively and to be a well-supported transport service provider in the region.

“We urge all business spheres to do their part in doing better and going the extra mile in offering class services to our people. By this we will all create a better living environment,” he said.

He also thanked all the passengers for their input, patience, and continued support.