Road users who do not pay their E-toll are now in SERIOUS TROUBLE: Sanral is now blacklisting motorists for unpaid fees

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

The national rail system of SA are in serious trouble – Prasa had nearly 50 collisions last year alone, Transnet had nearly 1,000 collisions – The ANC have some serious explaining to do and this is not Jan van Riebeeck or apartheid’s fault but lack of no maintenance

It’s going to be a Prosperous New Year for motorists, but for how long- Petrol price decrease South Africans can expect to pay in January

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

Petrol Prices News: How Qatar’s decision to leave OPEC could affect South Africa

NEW DRINK DRIVING LAWS:- Offenders to spend 7 days in jail before getting a bail hearing

Some good news for holiday goers:- forecast predicts “biggest ever” decrease for SA

Gerrie Nel is going after one of the biggest sharks in the tank Ford Motors

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

Transport Minister, Blade Nzimande, says he is going to “moer” motorists who aren’t paying e-tolls

Petrol prices news: Government will increase the fuel levy in November