Motorists can expect a petrol price hike in May, according to the latest data from the Central Energy Fund.

The DA burned e-toll documents yesterday, but the Small Business Development Minister tells road users to pay up if they want world-class highways, yeah right as if that is going to happen, they just want to pocket the money

Vaal is Under Siege – Where is Gauteng Department of Transport to Ameliorate This Taxi Rank Conundrum?

Cyril Ramaphosa expected to sign controversial Aarto Bill (Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences) into law

Doing it the African way – 44 People Including 7 Children Found in 22-Seater Mini Bus

Warning to all Drivers for the holidays: These are the busiest roads – and days – to travel in December

Some official good news for motorists:- Petrol prices set to be slashed in December

Cape Town’s warning to Festive Season motorists:- Pay outstanding fines or risk arrest

Here’s how government is going to force motorists to pay up for the E-Tolls

And there goes the taxpayer’s money up in flames AGAIN:- MyCiti bus attacks cost City of Cape Town R10 million

E-tolls chief Coenie Vermaak says:- Pretoria to Johannesburg commute “could soon take six hours”

Sick and tired of traffic congestion, well a new South African traffic light could shorten traffic jams