There was some chaotic traffic in Durban this morning.
The Western Cape traffic’s operation saw 25 drivers arrested for driving under the influence this past weekend.
The future of transportation.
Planning on using the N1 today? Capetonians, beware…
Rather than taking flight, this aircraft is making a crawl across town
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a… Oh wait, it’s definitely a plane
We’ve got your guide to getting home right here
A true heroine!
In theory, anything which reduces a motorist’s speed could reduce the possibility of a crash – or serious injury, if one occurs. But does research back up the case for traffic cameras to help enforce speed limits?
Peak traffic is a nightmare… but new data sheds some light on the best times to leave.
If you need help navigating the V&A’s asphalt jungle, we’ve got you covered…
Ever thought you’d get arrested for dancing to the Macarena? A kid in Saudi Arabia narrowly escaped being charged by authorities in Saudi Arabia, after he was caught jamming to the popular song in the middle of the street.
2 Fast, 2 Furious, 2 idiots
If anything it’ll stop traffic.
You probably didn’t need a report to tell you this…
Ag shame, as if folks in Jozi didn’t have enough other things to be miserable about.
Some things really just set people off. Other than not getting the end of sellotape, here are five little things guaranteed to get you going.
We all know traffic is pretty bad in South Africa’s major cities, but which cities are the most congested globally?
That’s according to Numbeo’s 2016 Traffic Index. Pretoria is the country’s most congested city.
Two South African children, trafficked into Malawi in July 2014, are expected to be returned home later this week with help from the Department of Social Development and Interpol.
A recent report published by Satellite Navigation conglomerate TomTom says that Cape Town drivers are more prone to stand waiting in traffic now than Joburgers. But do the numbers really tally up?
This viral video reminds us of the dangers of texting while driving