Economist Azar Jammine says the positive thing about the coronavirus lockdown regulations is that people who are working from home will be able to save money that they would have spent on the increasing fuel price. Motorists can expect a steep fuel hike with effect from midnight on Tuesday. According[…]
Motor vehicle owners who did not renew licences which expired during the lockdown will “face the consequences”. All motor vehicle licence discs, temporary permits and roadworthy certificates that expired between March 26 and May 31 were deemed to be valid and a further grace period was granted, which ended on[…]
Five people, including a pedestrian, died in three separate accidents in the Western Cape. In one incident, three people died and one was in jured when two vehicles collided on the R44 at Black Pearl wine estate in Paarl, during the early hours of Thursday morning. Western Cape traffic chief[…]
December is the month of giving and being festive, but for petrol consumers, it might be wise to increase their holiday travel budget to be well prepared for the upcoming festive fuel price increase. On Tuesday, the Central Energy Fund announced that motorists will pay 22c more for a litre[…]
Transport and roads authorities have pleaded for caution during the Easter exodus as people fan out around the country to visit family and friends, or just get a much-needed rest. “Fatigue is a silent killer. If you’re tired while driving or riding, please stop somewhere safe and take a break,”[…]
The big fuel hike expected from Wednesday will have a severe impact on the cash flow of farmers, FNB corporate affairs warned on Monday. Motorists will need to fork out an additional 74c per litre, as a rising oil price offset a stronger rand against the dollar in February. The[…]
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[…]
Pretoria has been particularly hard-hit, though the rest of the province is also drowning in places. Several trees have fallen over and all the low-water bridges have been closed in Centurion, Pretoria and surrounding areas. The Gauteng Weather Service warned motorists of extensive flooding in Centurion after the Hennops and[…]
Motorists traveling in the vicinity of Jakes Gerwel Drive and Voortrekker Road are urged to be extra cautious as authorities have seen a spike in ‘smash and grabs’ in the area. The increase in the number of incidents at this intersection appears to be directly linked to efforts by authorities[…]
The number of people who have died on the country’s roads since the start of December is already higher than last year, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said on Tuesday. “There are 845 fatalities recorded since 1- 19 December 2016, with an increase of 17% in comparison to the previous year’s[…]
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