Polokwane Executive Mayor, Cllr Makoro John Mpe, gave an update on the city’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) station progress. He met with Deputy Minister of Transport, Lisa Mangcu, and Limpopo MEC for Transport and Community Safety, Florence Radzilani, to discuss the improvements in public transportation.



The station is almost done, reaching a 98% completion rate. Executive Mayor Mpe shared details on the remaining tasks, like putting up fences. This last step marks not just the end of construction but the start of better transit for Polokwane’s people and visitors.



The nearing completion of the BRT station represents more than just a new building. It shows Polokwane moving forward as a city. As the project wraps up, excitement grows for the big reveal, where everyone can see the result of careful planning and hard work.



The BRT station isn’t just about getting around; it’s a sign of Polokwane’s strength and hopes for the future.


As construction nears its end, Polokwane stands ready for a new chapter in its story. With determination and dedication, the city moves toward a future full of progress.