Our debt-to-GDP ratio is growing, we're running a problematic current account deficit, state-owned companies are a drag on the economy and our bloated public service wage bill needs to be trimmed. We're running out of money, and fast.
Over the weekend, a document purporting to be offering the services of the Law Society of South Africa and urging motorists to know their rights has again been doing the rounds on social media.
'South Africa has a culture of drivers who push the boundaries,' says MasterDrive as it lists ways Aarto will affect all motorists and the transport industry.
Are you aware of changes being proposed to the AARTO bill? Are you happy with receiving traffic notes via sms? Check out our layman’s guide to the bill and how you can voice your opinion to Government.
'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?'
From penalty points to huge fines, the 'forgotten' demerit system is set to be implemented in South Africa from April 2016. Here's all you need to know.
A hacker has defaced the Aarto website, where motorists are able to pay traffic fines, according to a report.
SA readers pick their favourite car colours while JPSA takes on the Department of Transport for Aarto traffic fines. Here's your mid-week motoring wrap..
Justice Project South Africa explains what the High Court's ruling means, and also what affected motorists should do.
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.
From penalty points to huge fines, the driver demerit system, is still on the cards to be implemented in South Africa. Here's all you need to know.
South African drivers have responded to the new demerit system which will be implemented in 2016. More than 19 000 users think it's a bad idea...
Ismail Vadi, Gauteng's MEC for roads and transport, promised to put an end to poor service experienced at the Centurion Driver Testing Centre in Tshwane. Wheels24 readers respond...
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