Traffic volumes are increasing across the country as the Easter weekend comes to an end. On the N3, the Mooi and the Tugela toll plazas have each recorded close to 1 000 vehicles per hour. Between 1500 to 1900 vehicles per hour are passing through the Kranskop toll plaza on the[…]
As of Tuesday night it is possible to buy and sell cars again in South Africa, and to get vehicles serviced – under strict conditions, especially at first. The rules, published in the Government Gazette by trade, industry and competition minister Ebrahim Patel, also covers motorcycles, trailers, caravans, and agricultural[…]
A total of 3078 motorists have been arrested on South African roads in the first 16 days of the festive period – December 1 to 16 – for drunken driving, speed, reckless and negligent driving, and possession of false documents, the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) said on Sunday. The[…]
Congestion on Cape Town’s roads is unlikely to be completely alleviated, despite the city council’s plans to spend R750 million on road upgrades over the next five years. Transport for Cape Town (TCT) says this is because of the rate at which the city is growing, exacerbated by the inadequate[…]
A pair of teenagers were among seven suspects arrested when four stolen cars were retrieved by the City of Cape Town’s law enforcement officers on Tuesday. Mayoral committee member for safety and security JP Smith said the seizures should “serve as a warning to criminals who think they will not[…]
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