SA's Road Carnage Likened to a 'War Zone'
Nearly 1500 people have lost their lives on the country's roads this festive season. Transport minister Ben Martins announced the final figures saying drunken driving, excessive speeding, not wearing seatbelts and unroadworthy vehicles were the main causes.
South Africa: Over 1,400 People Die in Accidents During Festive Season
Biz-Community, 11 January 2013
Transport Minister Ben Martins has announced that 1,465 people lost their lives on the country's roads during the festive season. The main causes of the road fatalities during the ... read more »
Accident Scene (file photo)
South African Government, 10 January 2013
Deputy Minister of Transport, Honourable Sindisiwe Chikunga, read more »
Inkatha Freedom Party, 10 January 2013
Responding to the announcement by Transport Minister Dikobe Martins on Thursday, IFP Spokesperson for Safety and Security, Mr Velaphi Ndlovu said: read more »
South Africa: Limpopo Authorities Not Happy With Motorists' Behaviour
SAnews.gov.za, 9 January 2013
Despite a slight reduction in road fatalities in Limpopo over the 2012 festive season, compared to the previous year, traffic authorities are not happy with the behaviour of ... read more »
Inkatha Freedom Party, 3 January 2013
Responding to a report on the current death toll on South Africa roads over the festive season by the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) on Thursday, IFP Spokesperson for ... read more »