Malema tried to show that by inviting him to the SONA, the ANC had endorsed his views about apartheid, writes Adriaan Basson.
the claimed number of festive season road deaths is not certain to decrease as announced by Mbalula in Pretoria last Thursday (23 Jan), says the Automobile Association. Here's why...
The Department of Transport has resumed the scrapping of 1 000 panel vans which were illegally converted into minibus taxis.
The backlog was caused by a 2018 strike by employees producing the cards, which ended when the department chose to in-source card production.
KwaZulu-Natal's Department of Transport has said it will fine motorists for driving with expired driving licence cards despite a directive to law enforcement authorities not to prosecute motorists who are affected by the backlog.
Take a look at the SA Automotive Masterplan policy changes that will be used to increase the amount of locally-built cars, give buyers incentives and increasing jobs in the auto sector.
ACSA is run by a three-member board as Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has vowed to focus on restoring corporate governance at the entity.
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande approved the adjustment of toll tariffs on national roads for 2018. Here's how much you'll pay in toll fees in SA.
In view of the alarmingly high rate of road accidents, KwaZulu-Natal calls for an immediate and drastic change of attitude to stem the increasing number of road fatalities.
Given the mess that SAA has become under the “rule” of Dudu Myeni, the former chair must rank as the most unsuitable person to appoint as an aviation adviser, the DA says.
The R2.2bn that road agency Sanral has paid to an Austrian-owned firm to collect e-toll fee should only be 17% of the total revenue collected during the period under question.
The minister has said engagements with the AA and OUTA are a firm expression of his commitment and resolve to find common ground in addressing the challenge of funding road infrastructure.
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has announced a 48% decrease in the number of road fatalities during this year's Easter period.
After a decade of speculation and waiting, the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Bill (AARTO) has been sent to President Cyril Ramaphosa to be signed into law.
With drunk driving on the rise, the Western Cape government has gone on the offensive to curb poor road behaviour by rolling out more "mobile alcohol units".
'Members of the public waiting for their driving licence cards may experience a delay because of industrial action,' reports the Western Cape Transport department.
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..
The Department of Transport has proposed amendments to the National Road Traffic Regulations. Among the proposed laws include clamping down on fraudulent licences.
'I like the idea', 'Just another method of squeezing more blood', 'What happens to those with custom plates?'... readers respond to new 'CAA' licence plates for Cape Town.
Both metered and e-hailing vehicles must be marked clearly on the roads, Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi has said.
Following the Department of Transport’s revelation this month that R2.2bn has been paid to an Austrian firm to collect e-toll fees, OUTA has calculated that this makes up 74% of the system’s total e-toll income.
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