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New car licence fee increases announced

South African motorists can expect to pay much more in national licensing transaction fees in 2019. This was confirmed by a government gazette published on Friday (8 March) in which minister of Transport, Blade...

The app tackling Cape Town’s parking problem

Cape Town’s parking problem seems to be ever increasing. Now, a new local app has been designed to take on the daunting task of reducing the waiting line for the parking...

Cargo volumes in SA ports on the rise

Predictions as to how last year would end for the port of Durban proved reasonably accurate (Network, January 16). Containerised cargo, which always attracts the most attention in the port and...

Black-owned shipping company making waves in maritime sector

Two KwaZulu Natal men have realised a lifelong ambition by becoming the first 100 percent black-owned ship-owners in South Africa. Durand Naidoo and Thuso Mhlambi, both 33, are the owners...

Government spends R10.7m fixing crashed cars

An astounding 10.7-million has been forked out by the government, over a period of three years, to fix almost 1000 state-owned vehicles involved in carelessly car crashes. Out of the...

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No existing DNA samples for over 46 000 sexual offenders

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has requested Police Minister, Bheki Cele, to table a Draft Criminal Law, which will allow DNA samples to be taken...

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