Beware big increase in scams when you renew your driver's licence
Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) has raised concerns over the number of scammers preying on motorists at licensing centres across the country.
JPSA said it was "gravely" concerned that fraudsters continue to exploit the...
Keeping Joburg and Cape Town at level 4 will be impossible - Expert
As South Africa prepares to move from alert level 4 to alert level 3, the government is expected to impose separate COVID-19 alert levels across different regions based on the prevalence of the coronavirus.
The Presidency said...
Johannesburg police launch traffic fine email campaign to get you to pay up
JPSA chairman Howard Dembovsky has warned Gauteng motorists about an SMS and email campaign which targets individuals with “stagnated” traffic fines.
E-tolls: how to make your voice heard
Justice Project South Africa is calling on citizens to have their say on e-tolls at the public meetings held by the Gauteng e-toll review panel – and has provided a guide on how to go about doing so
E-toll: Sanral will find you
The Kapsch-owned Electronic Tolling Collection company (ETC), set up to rake in e-toll funds from Gauteng’s road users, has started to call, mail and SMS citizens to claim unpaid toll fees.
Reports that traffic fines could be emailed to motorists were incorrect, Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) said in a statement on Monday.
"Nowhere in the proposed amendments is it contemplated that an ordinary motor vehicle owner or driver will have infringement notices delivered to them...