It was recently REVEALED that South Africa has more than a whopping 25 million POTHOLES. Here is more information.
‘It was just hilarious to see everybody bouncing around’: Inspired by a popular video game, a mom has found a way to deal with potholes…
Katlego Khoza spends his days under the hot sun filling huge Rustenburg potholes in exchange for small change from grateful motorists.
Sanral launched a pothole reporting app available on Android and Apple devices but how exactly does it work?
Dirk Venter, a 67-year-old Potchefstroom resident, has fixed more than 2,500 potholes in the small North West town!
They had one job! A misspelled road sign reportedly in Limpopo has had Mzansi amused – and concerned – after it went viral on social media.
100 000 potholes have been repaired in a space of 12 months, thanks to Pothole Patrol App, an initiative by two insurance giants and JRA
Johannesburg’s very own Pothole Patrol has fixed a number of potholes already. But is it enough to make the ‘Sinkhole Teacher’ happy?
Over 100 000 potholes have been fixed in Joburg in the last year. Unfortunately, there are still thousands of Johannesburg potholes left.
Gauteng roads and transport department launched a project aimed at patching/fixing potholes, installing/fixing signage and markings on roads.
You’ll need a bigger mop, it seems: Locals in Pretoria have alerted the authorities, after a giant pothole appeared in their street.
Did you know you can claim for vehicle damages incurred from potholes on national and municipal roads? Here’s how…
Potholes, load shedding and bizarre costs of living: South Africans are fed up and are making sure the ministers know it.
Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula tweeted about his plans to visit Russia on his birthday, weeks after a mysterious trip to Ukraine.
Unlike other disgruntled road users, Anele Mdoda has been given ‘VIP treatment’ by Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula, claim tweeps.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula’s comment that rapper Sho Madjozi just ‘disappeared with that talent’, opened a can of worms on Twitter.
Potholes galore! What’s even more jaw-dropping about this road in Gauteng is that a major refurbishment was carried out recently.
Looking for his new bae? Mohale Motaung asked Mzansi to help him find his ‘mystery man’ and it appears Tweeps have understood the assignment!
The Msunduzi community took a swipe at its municipality’s poor service delivery with a cheeky Valentine’s Day pothole meme…
South Africa’s very own ‘Sinkhole Teacher’ is back…this time relaxing in his new Fourways sinkhole day spa!