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

Illegal migrants from Malawi heading for Johannesburg, found hiding in back of truck during a stop-and-go operation

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

Afrikaans in trouble, or should we rather say poor Steve because another wheel comes off ‘AFRIKAANS IS GROOT’ as Toyota, Media24 walk out, this is so childish off them (with tweet clips)

Another historical town in a mess:- Pietermaritzburg in sad state of decline (photo’s)

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

Why No Mass Media Outrage? Blatant Racism Against “White Monkeys” in China! Whites Paraded in “Monkey Shows” Because Their Skin is White!

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

More opportunities for illegal immigrants to cross over into SA : One bridge to connect us all- The Kazungula Bridge, a 923-metre-long and 18.5-metre wide construction, will link Kazungula in Zambia to Kasane in Botswana and the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe

Major new road rules proposed for South Africa in a bid to cut down high death rate on roads

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

South Africa tightens borders ahead of troublesome festive season, but will this really help?

Store owner blasted for displaying old apartheid flag

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