The Budget presents a dilemma to the unions. Mboweni himself grappled with the conflicting demands, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
Are police the allowed to break road rules and the speed limit when pursuing suspects? We asked two road safety experts to shed light on the matter.
E-tolls, demerit system, tribunal for traffic fines... Here's what you should know about the AARTO bill. Do you think it will curb road deaths in South Africa?
'The jury is still out on whether or not any of these measures actually make South African roads safer,' says LawForAll as it highlights hidden speed cameras on our roads.
The Pietermaritzburg High Court has found that rules for domestic workers at Mount Edgecombe Country Club Estate are repressive and reminiscent of apartheid.
SA motorists could be forking out more to own their cars with a proposed increase for vehicle licence fee transactions. JPSA calls on the Transport Minister to justify the increase...
With the SA celebrating #HeritageDay, we take a look at some top local stories that you might have missed.
'The mass action by minibus taxi drivers in Tshwane which played itself out earlier in August is both unfortunate and misguided,' says the Justice Project South Africa.
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, 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 and road signs in South Africa have been bugging Wheels24 reader Guy Drew for quite some time. Justice Project South Africa shares advice.
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..
'Despite the AARTO Amendment Bill reportedly having been scrutinised and certified by the State Law Advisors, it will fail to pass constitutional and other legal muster if it is signed into law,' says Justice Project SA.
'Traffic authorities get contractors to supply these weapons of mass prosecution,' says the Justice Project SA as it highlights hidden speed cameras on our roads.
From knowing your rights as a South African driver to the September vehicle sales, here are 5 motoring stories you shouldn't miss.
The Road Traffic Infringement Agency apologises for a 'communication error' as it issues sms and email notifications to Gauteng motorists regarding unpaid fines.
With the earlier taxi strike in August and a potential fuel price hike to hit motorists, we look at all things related to traffic laws this week.
The RTMC has welcomed the sentencing of a driver in SA - he was sentenced to two years imprisonment or accept a fine of R10 000. SA road safety organisations respond...
'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 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.
With tourists visiting South Africa on a daily basis, ever wondered what would happen if a visitor was to hit your vehicle?
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