Learner drivers’ skills to be enhanced

Learner drivers will be given an opportunity to develop and enhance their skills to become good and safe drivers through a programme by The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA). The Minister of Transport, Dipuo Peters, announced ..
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Make use of reflective animal belts

  The Department of Transport spent over R5-million on reflective animal belts, because stray animals, especially cattle, can cause serious damage to lives and vehicles when they are involved in accidents on the road. Acting MEC ..
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Road safety during the Festive Season

Statistics indicate that at least 40 people die daily in South Africa due to road crashes. The high number of crashes can be attributed to various crimes and road traffic offences. These crimes include: excessive speed, ..
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SANRAL inspects road network after floods

  The South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) has sent out a team of engineers to urgently inspect its network in Gauteng after the recent floods. In addition, the agency will appoint independent, reputable registered ..
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Street lighting the smart way

Technology that maximises road safety and minimises operational costs is the most fitting description for South African National Roads Agency Limited’s (SANRAL) new state-of-the-art street lighting system being piloted in KwaZulu-Natal. The stretch of road spanning ..
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Transport month launched

  October is Transport Month in South Africa and this was declared in 2005 during the Transport Lekgotla. Launched on 3 October 2016 in Tshwane, Transport Month will be hosted under the theme: “Together we move ..
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Vandalism affects SANRAL

The safety of pedestrians is at risk due to vandalism of important infrastructure and the South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) is appealing to residents in and around George to report vandalism to road ..
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