Cape Town council avails driving programme to youth

Having a driving licence has become an essential requirement from most prospective employers in South Africa, prompting the Cape Town city council to launch a learner driving programme for its jobless youth. In a statement on Thursday, Cape Town mayoral committee member for urban management Grant Twigg said 50 young[…]

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Fuel prices getting you down? Consider ‘hypermiling’

Budget savvy drivers should consider lifting their right feet and join the ‘hypermiling’ movement in light of the latest brutal record petrol price blow this week. This is according to getWorth general manager Wesley Procter, who explains that Hypermiling is the use of proven fuel-saving techniques to minimise the amount[…]

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Cape Town ramps up cellphone impounds

The number of cellphones impounded by traffic police in Cape Town is on the rise, says an official. Since 2012, Cape Town traffic police have impounded phones from drivers who are caught using their handsets without legal hands-free kits. And city officials on Tuesday confirmed an increase in the number[…]

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Frustrated drivers to strike

The Western Cape Drivers Alliance will embark on strike action in Cape Town on Wednesday where the group will hand over a memorandum of grievances to the Premier of the Western Cape. A spokesperson from the alliance, who asked not to be named, says that the organization consists of taxi[…]

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