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New driving regulations in South Africa, 11 May 2017

The Minister of Transport has continued her campaign against irresponsible driving and deaths on SA roads. This time by announcing the new driving regulations...

By Jessica Woodruff 20 Feb 2017

SANRAL rolls out community development, SMME training programme

A R120 million community development and SMME training programme has been rolled out by SANRAL...

17 Feb 2017

R50m road project launched

Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Ismail Vadi, has launched a R50m road rehabilitation project between Meyerton and Alberton/Katlehong in Sedibeng...

13 Feb 2017

Temporary road closures on N12

Parts of the N12 freeway in Gauteng will be temporarily closed between 6am and 2pm this Saturday and Sunday on the Kliptown/Samfur Bridge...

7 Feb 2017

Protecting goods in transit with proactive surveillance and live monitoring

The transport and logistics sector faces a unique challenge when it comes to securing goods end-to-end throughout the transport process...

By Laurence Smith 3 Feb 2017

Road transport, the backbone of our economy

Economic growth in South Africa could be stimulated if the Government were to fast-track its expenditure on strategic infrastructure projects...

1 Feb 2017

The rise of the sharing economy in urban transport

The rise of the sharing economy is mainly due to the saturation of markets and exorbitant pricing models...

31 Jan 2017

Gauteng close to cracking R42m licensing scam

The Gauteng government has concluded a wide-ranging investigation into financial irregularities at 34 provincial licensing centres, identifying a syndicate that could involve hundreds of officials...

30 Jan 2017

Multimodal West Africa '17 to improve Nigeria's transport and logistics business

In March 2017, Nigeria's transport and logistics experts will gather for Multimodal West Africa 2017. Industry stakeholders believe that the exhibition will adequately reposition the transport and logistics sector...

26 Jan 2017

Paris experiments with driverless buses

Paris began its first experiment with driverless buses, with city officials saying they were eager to prepare for the coming "revolution" of autonomous vehicles...

25 Jan 2017

Imperial takes beating after trading update

Shares in vehicle dealer and car hire group Imperial fell as much as 4.8% after the company warned shareholders it expected to report an up-to 20% drop in interim headline earnings per share...

By Robert Laing 25 Jan 2017

Digitally transformed, integrated public transport vital for Africa's economic growth

The use of innovative technology emerges as an ideal solution to help transform the transportation industry, by driving a world class service through real-time collaboration and monitoring...

25 Jan 2017

Sanral girds for legal battle with motorists

Sanral has prepared 6,286 summonses in a bid to recover R6.2bn in outstanding e-toll debt from Gauteng motorists and is gearing up for its legal fight with Outa over an e-toll test case...

By Karl Gernetzky 24 Jan 2017

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