Get out of the bushes! Users respond to SA's hidden cops

2015-10-23 11:35

Do you think hidden traffic cops are effective at curbing speedsters on SA's roads? More than 28 000 users say NO. Find out why...

Random driver test plan horrifying

2015-04-09 18:12

Justice Project SA has described discussions within government to introduce a system where metro police officers could randomly stop motorists and retest their driving as nonsensical.

JPSA: Protector report vindicated us

2014-12-23 05:00

Justice Project SA says it has been vindicated by the public protector's finding that the Johannesburg metro police acted improperly when it sent fines by ordinary post instead of registered mail.

E-tolls protest goes awry

2014-07-07 15:10

An anti-e-toll campaign by Proudly e-toll Free was cut short when protesters and Sanral employees came into conflict.

Gauteng roadblocks 'not linked to e-tolls'

2014-06-03 17:15

Roadblocks in different parts of Gauteng were focused on vehicle and driver fitness and not about checking whether vehicles had e-tags, the department of community safety says.

Biological attacks cowardly - JPSA

2014-01-22 07:08

Biological or chemical attacks, real or feigned, are an act of cowardice and terrorism, the Justice Project SA has said, after a mysterious white powder was found at Sanral's operations centre in Pretoria.

Non-payment of e-tolls is criminal - Sanral

2013-12-23 18:57

The failure to pay toll fees regardless of whether an invoice is issued or not is against the law, says the SA National Roads Agency Limited.

E-toll charges invalid - JPSA

2013-12-18 09:07

Motorists may be able to claim e-tolls refund because a Government Gazette notice about the charges indicates conflicting amounts, says the Justice Project SA.

Claim from metro cops, JPSA says

2012-11-14 19:50

The Justice Project SA has called for motorists who have been forced to pay traffic fines at roadblocks to lodge civil claims against the Johannesburg metro police department.

Justice group: Traffic enforcement corrupt

2012-08-07 18:35

Reports that the SA Local Government Association has blamed new legislation for losses in traffic fines highlight the corrupt nature of law enforcement in South Africa, the Justice Project SA says.


Activist groups slam celebrity e-tolls campaign

2015-08-17 14:08

Activist groups have lambasted Sanral's new advertising campaign in which the national roads agency uses celebrities to endorse the controversial e-tolls system.

No use in lowering toll fees - JPSA

2015-01-15 21:09

Lowering the e-tolling fees would not encourage Gauteng motorists to get e-tags, Justice Project SA says.

Remove blue lights, branding: JPSA

2014-07-18 22:46

Sanral must remove Gauteng traffic police branding, blue lights and sirens from its vehicles, says Justice Project SA.

Govt asked to play open cards on e-tolls

2014-06-15 13:42

The government must stop giving mixed messages and being "pig-headed" about the e-tolls in Gauteng, says the Justice Project SA.

Hands off Madonsela - JPSA

2014-03-26 20:49

Justice Project SA says it will campaign against attacks on Public Protector Thuli Madonsela and her office.

No end to war of words over e-tolls

2013-12-24 11:19

Sanral and the Justice Project SA are continuing their war of words in the ongoing spat about the payment of e-tolls on Gauteng's highways.

Sanral under fire over invoice statement

2013-12-23 11:33

Justice Project SA has lashed out at national roads agency Sanral's latest "threat against motorists", saying it shows a scant understanding of e-tolling processes.

Sanral arrogant and evasive - JPSA

2013-12-03 09:33

Lawyers representing Justice Project SA have labelled responses they received from Sanral's legal team relating to e-tolls as surprisingly arrogant and evasive.

JPSA: Make civil claims against cops

2012-11-14 16:20

The JPSA called for motorists who had been forced to pay traffic fines at roadblocks to lodge civil claims against the Johannesburg metro police department.

Illegal for cops to confiscate licences

2011-12-28 14:33

Justice Project SA says there is no legal basis for traffic police to confiscate the licences of traffic offenders on the spot, after a call for offenders to have their licences seized.

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