ARTICLES RELATING TO JPSA

High Court dismisses RTIA's leave to appeal traffic fine judgment

2017-05-05 16:27

The High Court has dismissed the Road Traffic Infringement Agency’s application for leave to appeal its earlier judgment that the agency acted unlawfully in its handling of numerous traffic fines.

Hundreds of traffic fines could be scrapped following 'landmark' ruling

2017-02-27 20:43

Hundreds, and potentially thousands, of traffic fines issued in Johannesburg and Pretoria under the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act may be scrapped, following a North Gauteng High Court ruling.

Speed limits and roads signs in SA: JPSA responds

2017-02-20 07:45

Speed and road signs in South Africa have been bugging Wheels24 reader Guy Drew for quite some time. Justice Project South Africa shares advice.

'Corrupt Gauteng traffic officials not passing this roadblock' - JPSA

2017-01-30 11:59

'If a mere 10% of driving licenses have been 'bought', more than 50 000 potentially incompetent drivers have been put on our roads in 2016 alone,' says the JPSA as it highlights rampant corruption in driving and vehicle licensing centres.

Driver training at SA schools: 'A positive step' - JPSA

2017-01-20 11:40

'The time for talk and impressive speeches is over. Let’s see some action,' says JPSA's Howard Dembovsky following the announcement that SA children will be able to learn how to drive in High School.

New SA road rules: More than 18 000 vote to ban school kids on bakkies

2016-11-17 12:29

'There should be a law that no human being should be transported on the back of a bakkie', Wheels24 readers share their thoughts on new SA road rules governing the transport of school children on the back of bakkies.

Stopping your car vs. parking it in SA - Know the difference

2016-08-24 14:15

Not knowing the difference between 'No stopping' and 'No parking' signs can lead to a hefty traffic fine. We list the do's and don'ts as well as what the law shares about these two signs.

Where is Aarto? Justice Project SA, AA responds

2016-07-11 10:35

'No 'pilot' of anything should have taken eight years to still not find a way to a national rollout' says the Justice Project of South Africa as it asks 'When will Aarto be rolled out in SA?'

Why is Govt 'silent' on SA holiday road deaths?

2016-01-04 10:05

'The RTMC and Department of Transport suddenly stopped reporting the ongoing death toll,' says Justice Project South Africa who slams government's silence on road fatalities.

Arrive Alive not dead: Gov statement 'misleading'

2015-12-18 08:59

The Road Traffic Management Corporation says the Arrive Alive campaign isn't dead but 'copyrighted'. Arrive Alive and Justice Project South Africa are baffled by the government's statement...

 

'He should be jailed' - Readers respond to Tony Yengeni's DUI sentence

2017-03-22 11:26

'He should be jailed', 'It pays to have friends in high places', 'I believe that the judgement was fair,'... Wheels24 readers respond to ANC national executive committee member Tony Yengeni's DUI sentence.

Illegal spinning in SA: Driver narrowly avoids cheering crowds

2017-02-20 08:08

Illegal spinning events in SA can be incredibly dangerous as a new video shows. Watch as a BMW driver nearly slams into cheers bystanders and nearby cars.

When a tourist hits your car in SA: Here's what you should do

2017-02-03 10:37

With tourists visiting South Africa on a daily basis, ever wondered what would happen if a visitor was to hit your vehicle?

Illegal spinning: This video shows why it's incredibly dangerous in SA

2017-01-26 13:00

Cellphone footage from a street 'spinning' event shows the moment a man violently collides with a BMW. Not for sensitive viewers...

'Unnecessary human suffering' JPSA responds to festive season road death toll

2017-01-13 10:44

'God forbid that they should identify the real problems,' the Justice Project South Africa pulls no punches as it responds to SA's horrendous festive season road-death toll.

New road rules for SA: School bakkie transport explained

2016-11-16 08:41

New road rules for South Africa will affect the transport of school children on the back of bakkies. JPSA explains how the new rules will work.

SA's new number plates: More than 26 000 readers think it's a bad idea

2016-08-12 13:06

More than 26 000 readers believe the Department of Transport's proposed new number plates for South African motorists is 'just a money-making scheme'.

Govt faces challenge: Where are the SA road death figures?

2016-01-07 07:53

The Justice Project South Africa claims holiday road fatality figures are being withheld from the public. Why is government being 'silent' on SA road deaths?

RTMC driver arrest threat: 'A gross violation of rights'

2015-12-24 07:30

'We simply cannot allow the (RTMC) CEO’s clearly misinformed assertions to go unchallenged,' says Justice Project South Africa in response to government's threat of arrest for traffic violations.

How to fight traffic fines in SA: Top 5 questions answered

2015-12-02 09:39

'Can you contest a fine if you never received notification?' 'How do I go about contesting a fine?... We answer five frequently asked questions about traffic fines in South Africa.

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