Service Advisories

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Windhoek – Oshakati

We now travel everyday, except Saturdays, between Windhoek & Oshakati.

August 3rd, 2015|Service Advisories|

Gweru stop change

Please note that the Gweru stop description has changed from the Total Slice Garage Cnr 9th Street and Main Str Gweru to Cnr Robert Mugabe and 9th street, Gweru. Please update on your side ASAP.

July 22nd, 2015|Service Advisories|

False Article: Zimbabwe Bus Robbed

A news article was published this morning  regarding a Intercape bus that was robbed, this is completely removed from the truth.

The article was removed and rectified.

May 23rd, 2015|Service Advisories|

Additional Stop at Kathu BP Garage

We will now also stop at Kathu BP Garage from Monday 28 Mei 2015.

May 22nd, 2015|Service Advisories|

JHB/PTA – Maputo: Commercial Goods now Welcome

Please take note that we will allow passengers with commercial goods on the night service on the Maputo routes.

May 15th, 2015|Service Advisories|

Luggage Notice: Cape Town – Harare Route

We offer the first 35kg for free and will ask and additional R6 per kg thereafter on this route.

May 15th, 2015|Service Advisories|

Additional Departures: Cape Town – Harare Route

Please take note that from 25 May we will add additional departures to this route:
Cape Town to Harare on Mondays.
Harare to Cape Town on Fridays.

May 15th, 2015|Service Advisories|

Kwekwe stop change

Please note that KWEKWE stop description has changed from Goldenmile Hotel to Sakunda Garage, 8430 Amaveni Road.

May 5th, 2015|Service Advisories|

Important Notice: Cabin Attendants

From 1 March 2015, Intercape will no longer provide cabin Attendants as part of its services.

This change is required to ensure the sustainability of our operations   in the current economic climate, without compromising on safety, dependability, and affordability, the three basic pillars of our mission.

We thank you, our valued passengers, for your […]

March 4th, 2015|Service Advisories|

Important Notice: Africa Food Packs

From 1 March 2015, Intercape will no longer provide food packs as part of its services.

This change is required to ensure the sustainability of our operations   in the current economic climate, without compromising on safety, dependability, and affordability, the three basic pillars of our mission.

We thank you, our valued passengers, for […]

March 4th, 2015|Service Advisories|