ARTICLES RELATING TO JUSTICE PROJECT SA

Drunk driving: JPSA questions Tony Yengeni DUI sentencing

2017-03-20 07:45

ANC national executive committee member Tony Yengeni has been sentenced for driving under the influence of alcohol. Justice Project South Africa questions the severity of the judgment.

Speed limits, heavy truck ban: here’s why there are no new SA road rules yet

2017-03-01 13:26

'Lots of fairly draconian actions are proposed by the Department of Transport but few become new laws,' says the Automobile Association as it comments on why five proposed traffic regulations have yet to be made law in SA.

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.

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...

Finally! New SA road rules: 20km/h speed-limit reduction?

2016-12-01 07:27

Reduced speed limits, no children to be transported on bakkies... are some of the new road rules proposed for South Africa. We list new laws that could be passed.

'Minister of Transport regurgitating old threats' - JPSA

2016-11-25 06:50

JPSA says "professionalism and addressing the real underlying problems" is the approach the Minister of Transport and law enforcers should adopt.

Speed signs in SA: Here's all you need to know

2016-10-10 11:27

Different speed signs have different meanings. We look at what each sign means, as well as how motorists should use it.

AARTO bill amendment for SA: Tell Govt what YOU think!

2016-08-17 15:27

Want to share your thoughts on the proposed AARTO amendment bill? How do you feel about notices being sent via sms? Members of the public have until August 31 to submit their concerns to Government.

Jozi roadblock confusion - This might annoy you...

2016-02-08 11:31

Johannesburg drivers could face regular roadblocks as officers move to serve traffic fines directly to offenders without sending notices via mail. The JPSA questions the legality of the new strategy.

New road rules for SA: 5 laws Govt want to pass

2015-11-19 08:15

Reduced speed limits, heavy vehicles to be banned during rush hour... are some of the new road rules proposed for South Africa. We list 5 new laws government hopes to pass.

 

Just a 'misunderstood motorsport'? More than 5000 say SA 'Spinners' should be jailed

2017-03-09 07:01

'No volume of 'preaching' is going to make 'spinning' go away. Also key to such an intervention would be to rather concentrate on crowd safety,' says JPSA's Howard Dembovsky.

What Gauteng's fine-scrapping ruling means for motorists

2017-02-28 10:46

Justice Project South Africa explains what the High Court's ruling means, and also what affected motorists should do.

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?

'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.

Ambulance driving recklessly? Here's what SA motorists should do

2016-11-25 14:48

When emergency vehicles are in a rush they can use inconsiderate tactics towards road users. A video sent in by a reader shows an ambulance speeding through an intersection.

Can you park facing oncoming traffic? Legal vs. illegal parking in SA

2016-10-12 07:00

Cars parked facing oncoming traffic, vehicles jutting from driveways... motorists park their cars in all directions throughout suburbs in SA. Here's what the law says about parking in SA.

Emergency vehicles vs. blue light brigade: Here's what SA motorists should do

2016-09-28 15:30

Understanding what the lights on emergency and government vehicles mean can lead to a lot less frustration on SA roads and its drivers.

DoT's allegations of fraud 'clearly false' - JPSA responds to SA number plates confusion

2016-08-11 15:10

'JPSA is very concerned that it is quite clear that the head does not appear to know what the tail is doing at the SA Department of Transport,' says JPSA spokesperson Howard Dembovsky regarding SA's number plate confusion.

'SA road deaths tragic but not surprising'

2016-01-12 14:58

The Justice Project South Africa has responded to the Department of Transport for finally 'breaking the silence' on 2015/16 holiday road death stats.

Speed-trapping in SA: Can traffic cops hide in bushes?

2015-10-20 13:14

'They are allowed to pretty much do what they like,' explains Howard Dembovsky, chairman of the JPSA, as he sheds light on whether SA traffic officers can hide in bushes to trap speeding drivers.

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