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

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

At last some good news for motorists: Why car services are likely to get cheaper

South African economist predicts petrol price will decrease in November 2018

South-African transport officials were wined and dined in China by executives of an electric bus company that was “irregularly” awarded a R286m tender months later

The City of Cape Town seeks urgent interdict after MyCiti staff attacked, Buses stoned

The MyCiti bus strike continues in Cape Town

Further fuel price rises expected due to the Rand that weakens sharply

AA – Record-breaking petrol price increase expected for South Africa

Police vehicle allegedly used for taxi service – no wonder there are no patrol vehicles available when help is needed since they are used for transporting services