The department of transport will appeal a high court ruling that last week declared the Aarto Act unconstitutional and invalid.
Outa believes the implementation of a single national system for the administration for road traffic offences in South Africa is “dead in the water”.
The Democratic Alliance-led administrations in Tshwane and Johannesburg are discussing their possible withdrawal from the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences pilot projects run within their jurisdictions, Tshwane
More than 100 000 South Africans heeded a warning to comment on a gazette that an anti-tolling group said could coerce protesting e-toll users into paying their fines. With Wednesday being
Road traffic enforcement may change radically in April next year when the long-awaited Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act takes effect countrywide. It will also be used for the enforcement of Gauteng’s controversial e-tolls, but that is only
Ninety percent of Gauteng’s road users owe government over R2bn in unpaid fines in just a two-year period due to end in December 2013, and the Democratic Alliance says the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act has failed to ensure that municipal authorities adjudicate
The website of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) was hacked on Wednesday. The landing page was replaced with a page of scrolling binary code and the heading “rEd X Was Here”, along with the phrase “Proud to be a Bangladeshi Hacker”. In addition, the hacked page plays a pop