The newly revamped Baden Powell Drive in Cape Town, which cost R283 million (US$ 17.2m), was launched on Wednesday. The province’s MEC for transport and public works, Bonginkosi Madikizela, officially launched the roadway, on which construction started in April 2018. Madikizela said the project was scheduled for completion on April[…]
The Western Cape road death toll over the festive season has risen significantly in comparison to the same period last year. Ahead of the official release of the statistics, MEC for Transport, Donald Grant says a total of 141 deaths have been registered this festive season while only around 125[…]
The N2 incoming near Cape Town International Airport is open to traffic after burning debris and rubble were cleared, Western Cape police confirmed on Friday afternoon. Earlier, traffic officials had diverted traffic because of the obstruction. Spokesperson Colonel Tembinkosi Kinana said the traffic was free flowing and officials on the[…]
Johannesburg – The country’s roads continued to remain busy as South Africans travelled home after squeezing the last moments from their Easter weekend. Simon Zwane, spokesperson for the Road Traffic Management Agency (RTMA), said early on Monday evening that traffic had picked up at major toll plazas. “It’s picked up[…]
The death toll in reported road accidents countrywide since Sunday has reached 26. In KwaZulu-Natal, one person was killed and 17 were injured in a collision between a minibus taxi and police vehicle on Monday afternoon. Paramedics found injured people scattered around the accident scene at the intersection of West Street[…]
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