A mass exodus to Mia’s Farm in Johannesburg and Escourt in KwaZulu Natal is underway for the annual Ijtima being hosted this Easter weekend. The event is one of the largest religious gatherings in South Africa and is hosted by the Tabligh Jamaah under the leadership of Moulana Muhammad Ilyas[…]
Traffic and law enforcement agencies will double efforts to curb fatalities on the roads over the Easter holiday. The volume of cars on the roads is expected to increase over the long weekend. Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has issued a stern warning to motorists that officials will be out in full[…]
Speeding and overloading were the main offences during the Easter holiday, the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) said on Sunday. A total of 1 730 motorists were caught speeding while 354 received fines for overloading, said RTMC’s Simon Zwane. Over 18 000 traffic officers were deployed countrywide. Zwane said from[…]
Motorists seem to have heeded officials’ calls to behave on the roads this Easter, and early indications are that transport minister Dipuo Peters could announce lower preliminary road crash and fatality statistics than in previous years. Peters was scheduled to announce the preliminary statistics during a media briefing in Pretoria[…]
All roads will lead to the much loved Kramat festival held in Faure, Macassar, held each year over the Easter weekend. This festival marks a 150 year old tradition of visiting the burial site of Tuan Yusuf of Macassar, the father of Islam in South Africa. The festival will be[…]
Western Cape traffic officials launched its Easter Safety Campaign after at least eleven people have been killed on the province’s roads since the start of the long weekend. The campaign aims to clampdown on motorists transporting illegal goods like drugs, abalone and unlicensed firearms. Law enforcement officials are working closely with traffic officers[…]
Motorists seem to be behaving better on the roads this Easter as fewer people have died in accidents on the eve of the long weekend compared to the same period last year, according to the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) on Friday. “A total of 40 people had died from[…]
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