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Not paying e-tolls is legal, says JPSA
Not paying e-tolls is legal, says JPSA
Sanral is misleading the public by saying the failure to pay toll fees is against the law, regardless whether an invoice is issued or not, Justice...
No confidential information accessed despite Aarto hack
No confidential information accessed despite Aarto hack
Ruan Lombard, an IT manager from Pretoria, discovered the hack during an online forum discussion earlier this week, Beeld reported on...
Most ignore traffic fines, report shows
Most ignore traffic fines, report shows
The annual report of the Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) revealed that motorists on the national contraventions register owe R1.6-billion in...
Road agency faces an uphill battle
Road agency faces an uphill battle
Motorists who refuse to pay for the use of Gauteng's freeways have again been threatened with legal action, but there is no law in place to govern...
Slow start to Pretoria taxi protest
Slow start to Pretoria taxi protest
The planned taxi protest over the implementation of the government's new traffic demerit system got off to a slow start in Pretoria on Tuesday.
Santaco won't join strike against demerit system
Santaco won't join strike against demerit system
The South African National Taxi Council (Santaco) said on Tuesday its members would not be joining taxi drivers marching to the Union Buildings in...
Union to march against traffic demerit system
Union to march against traffic demerit system
The SA Transport and Allied Workers' Union (Satawu) plans to embark on a march next week to oppose the implementation of government's new traffic...
Jo'burg chamber consultant criticises Aarto
Jo'burg chamber consultant criticises Aarto
The new traffic demerit system will negatively effect owners of company vehicles and their drivers, an independent consultant for the Johannesburg...
Transport minister: Good drivers have nothing to fear
Transport minister: Good drivers have nothing to fear
Transport Minister Sbu Ndebele has questioned taxi drivers' opposition to the new traffic legislation.
Western Cape welcomes Aarto delay
Western Cape welcomes Aarto delay
The Western Cape has dropped a bid for a high court interdict against new road traffic legislation, after receiving official confirmation that its...

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