When to expect busy roads between Joburg and Durban in December

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When to expect busy roads between Joburg and Durban in December

SANRAL has issued a statement warning drivers that traffic on national highways will pick up earlier than usual this year.

The agency said that due to the public schools closing on 12 December, traffic on busy routes such as the N3 to Durban will become very heavy from Friday 14 December, as this is the beginning of a long weekend.
 

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Due to family politics we might have to drive down the 31st - hoping everyone has traveled by then. Good times.
 

TribbleZA

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See the sneaky plug for the e-toll app so you can top up your accounts.

Glad some schools finish a bit earlier.
 

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Which province are you in?
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One that attracts the majority of vaalies every year in summer I swear. Like they know the first thing about mountains, winelands and beaches, just stay up north and go hike up a mine dump!
 

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One that attracts the majority of vaalies every year in summer I swear. Like they know the first thing about mountains, winelands and beaches, just stay up north and go hike up a mine dump!

Don't worry - you are safe. I am going to the other one :ROFL: That's 4 less people already
 

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Last year was a relatively quiet year, let's hope the oil prices sky rocket to scare the Vaalies off
 

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One that attracts the majority of vaalies every year in summer I swear. Like they know the first thing about mountains, winelands and beaches, just stay up north and go hike up a mine dump!

You clearly don't own a restaurant in Kaapstad dorpie.:)
 

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You clearly don't own a restaurant in Kaapstad dorpie.:)
Nope, hell I haven't even seen the inside of a restaurant in ages, the joys of parenthood ...

I imagine if I did own a Cape Town restaurant I would not have that many vaalie customers, I would refuse to replace my entire wine list with Four Cousins Rose and/or Late Harvest to cater for those unrefined palates ... :whistling:
 

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It's called driving properly, like more than 60km/h on the outside lane.
Nope Vaalies mistake predictable driving for good driving. All vaalies drive badly in the exact same way so it's easy predict and adjust. That said Cape drivers drive like they zoned out on weed :rolleyes:
 

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Nope, hell I haven't even seen the inside of a restaurant in ages, the joys of parenthood ...

I imagine if I did own a Cape Town restaurant I would not have that many vaalie customers, I would refuse to replace my entire wine list with Four Cousins Rose and/or Late Harvest to cater for those unrefined palates ... :whistling:


:giggle:
 

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One that attracts the majority of vaalies every year in summer I swear. Like they know the first thing about mountains, winelands and beaches, just stay up north and go hike up a mine dump!

If the Vaalies didn't buy your wine or stay in your overpriced BnBs you'd have the economy of Kuruman.
 
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