Traffic officers will be out in force over the festive season, with a directive that Justice Project South Africa says is very sketchy.
As COVID-19 cases surge in the Western Cape, a number of holiday hotspots are considering harsh restrictions on public gatherings and other activities.
It has been less than a month since the Aarto Act was gazetted, and we’re already seeing confusion and criminals looking to take advantage of it.
The country’s new demerit system is here, so it’s probably a good idea to take note of what you’ll be up against on the roads.
Just in time for the festive season, the government is putting a few new traffic laws and procedures in place to ensure safer roads.
You know how you lost phone privileges when you misbehaved as a teenager? The City of Cape Town is going ‘full parent’ with its new by-law.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed a new bill into law that has some serious repercussions for how driving offences are handled.
Eating hot cross buns can affect the reading on a breathalyser machine used by law enforcement in SA.
The new Evidential Breathalyser Alcohol Test will make it easier to identify drunk drivers, who could then face up to a week in jail pending a bail hearing.
Motorists should get ready for what could be a complete overhaul of South Africa’s current testing and driving rules.
While our road rules are pretty clear for the most part, you might still have some dangerous assumptions about what you can and cannot do.