The Gauteng Traffic Police said they continue to enforce compliance with road safety rules and regulations during the festive season and beyond
The National Taxi Alliance (NTA) has accused government of not seeing to their demands as an industry
In a video clip which has been widely circulated on social media, the officer can be seen cruising his marked bike on a busy highway, without placing his hands on the handle bars, and is instead dancing while the motorcycle moves uncontrolled
Two incidents on Gauteng roads on the evening of 19 June left two men dead and a further eight people injured.
A faction of disgruntled members of the informal settlement is against the move.
Umbrellas at the ready, folks. It’s flooding in Johannesburg again.
Sunday is off to a tragic start on the roads. A major incident on the N1 North has caused a Gauteng traffic nightmare, as several major routes are affected.
A bus carrying dozens of passengers exploded into flames on Wednesday morning, on the N1 north at William Nicol. Johannesburg traffic is a nightmare.
Motorists and workers in Sandton have been warned to avoid the district between 13:30 and 15:00 on Monday, 18 November.
Police have remained in the area to ensure that there are no further disruptions to traffic.
The situation remains intense in Bram Fischerville, as angry residents are locked in negotiations with ward councillors.
Tensions remain high between Pennyville and Noordgesig residents.
The bus service is currently locked in negotiations with the defiant Demawusa.
The protesters are calling on corporate South Africa to join the fight against gender-based violence.
Some routes in Johannesburg have been backed up by heavy traffic for hours, on Monday.
Gauteng’s midday traffic rush should expect delays in these routes, on Tuesday.
The situation in Gauteng has intensified and motorists have been urged to practice extreme measures of safety on the road.
Law enforcement officials have been forced to close of Twist and Kaptiejn Street, in Hillbrow, due to a shooting related to the ongoing looting that’s taking place in Johannesburg.
Police could do nothing but watch on as Tembisa residents pillaged foreign-owned shops.
The frustrated truck drivers are calling on government to do something about the perceived influx of foreign-born drivers into the industry.
Expect heavy delays and use alternate routes.
Tensions are palpable between foreign nationals and taxi drivers in Sunnyside, Pretoria.
Police have had to use rubber bullets to disperse crowds in Sunnyside, Pretoria.
The dust has settled in Pretoria CBD and police have remained on high alert for any possible break out of violence.