New SA traffic laws will be "too frightening to imagine" - Expert

eg2505

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so when do we need to park our cars when the presidents motorcade passes through?

or when we see Zumas Bakkie drive through we must stand at the side of the road and bow?
 

GhostSixFour

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so when do we need to park our cars when the presidents motorcade passes through?

or when we see Zumas Bakkie drive through we must stand at the side of the road and bow?

That protocol stays the same, if you see Zuma - anywhere, not just in his motorcade - you need to stop what you're doing and immediately give him the middle finger.
 

Sinbad

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That protocol stays the same, if you see Zuma - anywhere, not just in his motorcade - you need to stop what you're doing and immediately give him the middle finger.
BAD ADVICE
 

eg2505

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That protocol stays the same, if you see Zuma - anywhere, not just in his motorcade - you need to stop what you're doing and immediately give him the middle finger.

if you want to live dangerously, you know what those security guys of his do,
shoot to kill, especially if you of the fairer skin colour.
 

dualmeister

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The Government is broke. Therefore, they are going to keep coming up with these new ways to steal get revenue.
As long as they remain in power and are unaccountable there is no use being "shocked".
The "majority" of South Africans put them there. This is the way things are now.
 

Mekon

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This country is becoming a bigger misery by the day and the disgrace that is the cANCer thunk they doing a fantastic job. They really are a joke. Like one of those lame jokes the disliked smelly kid in your school keeps telling.
 

Mekon

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The Government is broke. Therefore, they are going to keep coming up with these new ways to steal get revenue.
As long as they remain in power and are unaccountable there is no use being "shocked".
The "majority" of South Africans put them there. This is the way things are now.
The masses voted for a circus and got a clown show. What a monumental testimony to irony.
 

Murmaider

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Surely if people didn't break the rules of the road, then this amendment would be a mute point..? :unsure:
 

VoodooBean

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I could understand the point system in a 1st world country, from my travels overseas and seeing these things first hand, yes & maybe due the populace which are majority " Law abiding citizens " this works ( most of the time )

However this won't work here in the Wild Wild West SA - I cannot fathom the amount of licence's being suspended within the first 3 months ! LOL

I think they are right when they say it'll cause more harm than good.
 
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grok

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Surely if people didn't break the rules of the road, then this amendment would be a mute point..? :unsure:
And surely if people have nothing to hide they won't mind government snooping in their affairs?

You have a lot to learn young Padawan.. or like Mr Layheehoo would say: to learn, a lot have you.
 

Vrotappel

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Surely if people didn't break the rules of the road, then this amendment would be a mute point..? :unsure:
Since when do you need to break a rule to get into trouble with the ANCs cronies?

Many people got murdered for pulling over when they believed it was a cop.
 
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