The Department of Transport (DoT) has defended its move to ignore a court order to retain the panel of attorneys set up in 2014 to act on behalf of the Road Accident Fund (RAF) in claims made by victims of motor vehicle accidents. The department says it had launched an[…]
It was another weekend of carnage on South Africa’s roads, with at least 19 people reported dead in Gauteng and seven in the Western Cape. Most of the fatalities in Gauteng were as a result of motorists driving under the influence of alcohol, according to traffic police spokesman Obed Sibasa.[…]
The toll of 1143 road deaths during the festive season so far is alarming and saddening, the Justice Project SA said on Tuesday. “What is truly alarming is that this average is almost twice the average of 54 per day during the eight-day period last year (22 to 30 December[…]
Altogether 1143 people have died in 924 crashes during the festive season up to December 28, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said on Tuesday. KwaZulu-Natal had the most fatal accidents, with 249 deaths from 211 crashes, Peters told reporters in Durban. In Gauteng there were 174 deaths from 156 fatal crashes.[…]
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