Train drivers are confused about the war room program’s priority.
The department further suffered a loss of R63 million.
Out with the old, and in with the new.
The Gauteng department of transport has promised to eliminate potholes on roads in the province, but the future of e-tolls still hangs in the balance.
Focal point of this system is monitor Metrorail’s operations.
Alec Moemi has been told to make bolstering PRASA’s security his top priority as he was announced the new director-general of transport.
But the Western Cape Premier was pleased that Fikile Mbalula was taking the time to personally find out the perils faced by commuters on Cape Town trains.
Nearly R200 million earmarked for the upgrade of Moloto Road was apparently returned to National Treasury and the DA wants to know why.
Transport Minister Bonginkosi Blade Nzimande released the preliminary report on the Easter Road Safety Campaign on Thursday, 2 May. This year’s theme was ‘Arrive Alive.’
Damage to infrastructure and outdated software has hampered progress at driving centres around South Africa.
The department of transport noted the importance of tight driver vetting processes after a meeting with Taxify.
The Department of Transport has presented a list of interventions that will be discussed next month, with the aim of making changes to traffic laws.
The Department of Transport has issued a directive to provincial and municipal traffic authorities.
Transport minister, Blade Nzimande has promised a clamp down on reckless driving, after hundreds died on South Africa’s roads this festive season.
The Transport Minister told SABC that there are no plans to do away with e-tolls.
Motorists will face the full might of the law if they are caught participating in the new dance craze.
Three state vehicles torched in protests last week in Matatiele.
Good news for this looking to avoid queues.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene will be meeting with the department and portfolio committee on Tuesday to discuss the financial impact of the new RABS bill.
And you thought the Road Accident Fund was bad enough.
Thousands of taxi passengers were left stranded on Monday morning.
Seems South African motorists will be dodging potholes for years to come.
Commuting to and from work is set to continue being tricky.
Toll roads can be an absolute pain. They’re quite the talking point in SA and now the latest price increases might not do the department of transport any favours.
Plans already in place to rename Cape Town International Airport.