DMJ Transport started as a taxi operation between the rural areas of the Eastern Cape and Cape Town during the early 90s. The owner, David Jwambi single-handedly developed this operation into a fully-fledged luxury coach operation. Up until 1999, DMJ Transport operated from a container turned office in a backyard in Langa Township. It's head office is situated at Cape Town Station and offices in Johannesburg Park City, Pretoria Station, Engcobo, Queenstown, Nqgamakwe, Mount Frere, King Williams Town and East London operate as satellite offices servicing the towns of Port Elizabeth, King William's Town, Grahamstown, Umtata, Butterworth and Idutywa. We provide an opportunity for all our staff members to develop individually, but also for the benefit of the company. Black woman form 90% percent of management and at least 38% of our staff complement. We run a daily operation between Cape Town and Umtata using the N2 route and between Cape Town and East London via the Garden Route. We have also started the Cape Town & East London to Johannesburg routes (see our routes for more information.) We hire out our couches for private use to schools, sport and organized parties.
Outstanding Service Quality
We run a variety of coaches from semi-luxury to Super luxury coaches and some are fitted with radio, television, video and DVD equipment for your entertainment. For the safety and comfort of our clients, we support a smoke-free environment on all our busses. Our coaches are fitted with state of the art Satellite tracking devices, enabling us to monitor every coach in real time from our centralised 24Hr control centre. Our cabin crew are trained in First Aid and Fire Fighting, these qualifications are updated annually by accredited organisations.
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This is an ongoing customer service campaign made to ensure that our passengers have a good experience on board our couches at all times. Our staff are constantly assessed and skilled to provide the best customer care possible.
DMJ Transport have embarked on a program whereby the unemployed community of South Africa are empowered. DMJ Transport contributes R10 commission to the upliftment of the unemployed for every ticket sold from both the Langa and all Eastern Cape Stations. It is DMJ Transport' policy to promote the unemployed of the Western and Eastern Cape as travel agents in addition to providing a professional reservation service via an established network of Travel Agents.