department of transport

  1. Kevin Lancaster

    Confusion over scrapping of e-tolls

    E-tolls scrapping confusion Sanral and the Department of Transport sidestep questions on whether all e-tolls will be scrapped in Gauteng
  2. QuintonB

    How government can optimise the billions spent on ICT

    Coordinated ICT is effective ICT Government is spending billions on ICT, but to assure the most effective use of these funds the various arms of government need to communicate with one another
  3. jes

    E-toll discounts on offer

    E-toll discounts on offer Department of Transport extends grace period discount to allow road users to pay outstanding bills by 30 June 2014
  4. jes

    Public transport operators exempt from E-toll

    Public transport operators exempt from E-toll A total of 45,700 public transport operators have been exempt from paying e-tolls in Gauteng
  5. jes

    Standard Bank launches NFC debit card

    Standard Bank launches NFC debit card Standard Bank has launched the Muvo card, a dual-purpose NFC/MasterCard
  6. jes

    E-tolling implementation delayed until 30 May

    E-tolling implementation delayed until 30 May The department of transport and SANRAL have announced a postponement in the implementation of tolling on Gauteng’s highways
  7. DJ...

    Father Xmas may not be visiting SA this year...

    I just received this by email now from a very reliable source, following yesterday's debacle with trucks being impounded and imports being held by customs: Basically government has rushed through legislation banning an international standard of transport (and might I add popular and...
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