Learners from schools in KwaMbonambi, KwaZulu-Natal, no longer have to walk great distances to school after receiving their own bicycles. Learners from KwaMbonambi in KwaZulu-Natal do not have to dread long walks to school after receiving ..
The preliminary report on fatalities on South Africa’s roads during the 2017/18 festive season shows an 11% drop in the number of deaths compared to the same period a year ago. The preliminary 2017/18 Festive Season ..
Government has partnered with community safety councils in every province to bolster its efforts to reduce road accidents. Collaboration between communities and government is needed to tackle the issues of road safety. With this in mind, ..
Traffic authorities will have a zero-tolerance approach to law enforcement over the festive period in an effort to reduce fatalities. Statistics show that South African road and traffic officials have a monumental task to improve the ..
People involved in road accidents are urged to claim directly from the Road Accident Fund instead of spending large amounts of money on litigation fees. Anyone injured in a road accident is encouraged to claim compensation ..
The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has a new corporate identity. This is its first change since inception in 1998. The identity includes a new logo, colour and font which reflect how far ..
The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) does not only build roads – it builds communities and empowers women. Tshimangadzo Masindi and Zandile Tshabalala, two recipients of bursaries from the Department of Transport, studied ..
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 ..
With the road death toll up by 5% over the festive season, the Department of Transport will seek to reclassify drunken driving as a schedule 5 offence. Road deaths were announced on 10 January 2017 by ..
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 ..