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Greyhound resumes services on 13 April under new ownership

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Greyhound Bus Services is returning to South African roads under new ownership following its sale in February last year.

The previous owner, Unitrans Passenger, put the luxury coaches business up on auction in 2021 after having operated for 37 years.

The business was purchased by an investment entity that is owned by a private trust, said Greyhound’s new spokesperson, Leslie Matthews.

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Matthews says Greyhound has “superb” prices with bus tickets from as little as R400 for a trip from Joburg to Durban.

He told CapeTalk they were not concerned about pricing in the industry and it was more about getting the famous brand back on the road.

Read also: Greyhound Luxury Coaches announces a surprise comeback

He says the bus service is excited to start connecting loved ones from across the country, resuming Greyhound’s traditional routes, and introducing new ones over time.

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Greyhound will take to the road from Wednesday 13 April 2022. Visit their website here to learn more.

It’s an incredible, safe and luxurious alternative for mobility in South Africa.

We just can’t wait until the 13th of April to see those buses sold out so quickly.

We’re extremely excited that South Africa is getting back to normal, especially with people being able to gather and go to their loved ones and travel.

Greyhound Spokesperson Leslie Matthews

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