The city agreed to pay workers outstanding overtime salaries.
Car-free Friday to become permanent in Tshwane.
The city, not only promoting environmental friendliness, also intended promote healthier lifestyle choices, said mayor Solly Msimanga.
He said only three of the 105 buses were able to leave the depot this morning and advised commuters to make alternative transport plans while the issue was being resolved.
“The shelter is supposed to only accommodate 150 people, but 800 live there.”
The city has been given 14 days to decide on a way forward regarding the roll-out and implementation of smart meters.
“Progress has been made in turning around the R2-billion deficit we inherited.”
Water has been off since Tuesday.
Burst water pipe on Ratel and Orpen avenue leaves residents without water for two days.
The service was initially supported by 30 buses, and this has now increased to 45.
“Power outages are now common in the area and residents live in constant fear that the supply of electricity will be interrupted by the theft of cables.”