South Africa’s planned new smart card driving licence will be introduced in October 2023, with the existing card phased out over a five-year period.
Author: Roy Cokayne
Outa believes the implementation of a single national system for the administration for road traffic offences in South Africa is “dead in the water”.
South Africa’s only driving licence card-producing machine, which broke down on 7 November, is to be permanently replaced.
The department of transport only expects the machine to be repaired to full functionality by the end of the month.
No new driving licence cards have been produced for the past three weeks.
Software developer Neil Harvey & Associates has escalated its 15-year legal battle with Medscheme over alleged copyright infringement.
The e-toll payment compliance rate on the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project has declined further and is now at 18% – its lowest level ever.
Who would have thought the Covid-19 pandemic would present a potential gold mine for companies specialising in the harvesting and selling of data?
Cabinet has decided to scrap the electronic tolling of Gauteng’s freeways, Moneyweb reported on Monday, citing transport minister Fikile Mbalula.
Government has once again failed to make any pronouncement on the future of the controversial e-tolls scheme in Gauteng.