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From the “Bee in my Bonnet” column; Always learn from clever people

WHY is it that there is no third party compulsory vehicle insurance in South Africa? With the collapse of the Road Accident Fund (RAF) – currently in hock to the tune of...

South Africa’s updated driving laws are coming 1 July – but there are issues

The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) says it is considering a number of options for the rollout of the Aarto Amendment Act and the new demerit system from 1 July 2021. In...

Protect yourself on the roads this Easter

With the Easter weekend just a couple of weeks away, motorists are reminded to keep safety top of mind. Every year the number of accidents and fatalities on our roads over...

52 people arrested for driving under the influence in October

The City of Cape Town’s Ghost Squad, a specialised unit within the Traffic Service, has noted a sharp increase in the issuing of fines and successful arrests as roads get busier....

New scam targetting drivers licence applicants emerges

The City of Cape Town’s Traffic Service is warning the public to be extra wary, as a new scam targetting individuals who need learner and driving licenses, or have outstanding fines...


Western Cape remains an attractive destination for foreign direct investment

Global foreign direct investment (FDI) flows recovered to US$1.58 trillion in 2021, up from US$963 billion recorded in 2020 and higher than pre-pandemic...


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