deadliest roads in south africa

South Africa’s two most deadly roads

The N4 in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, and R61 in Mbizana, Eastern Cape, have been declared the country's most dangerous roads. This is according to an analysis conducted by the Road Traffic…
driver's licence fraud

R8,600 could ‘buy a driver’s licence’ at these testing stations — until now

Eight thousand, six hundred rand. That was the minimum going rate for those wanting to bypass having to demonstrate their proficiency behind the wheel and simply buy a driver’s licence…
fraudulent licences

Limpopo licensing officials bust for fraudulently issuing driver’s licenses

Five people – including vehicle testing examiners, licensing officials and a driving school operator – have been arrested in Limpopo for fraudulently issuing drivers licenses. Three arrests came after a…
online crash report

How to report a crash online in South Africa

The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) has introduced an innovative online portal for reporting minor crashes. SA Trucker browsed through the RTMC website and found it very user-friendly compared to…
licence fee dodging

8 Mpumalanga licensing officials nabbed for truck licence avoidance scam

Eight licensing officials have been arrested for allegedly running a licensing fee avoidance side-hustle that has cost the Mpumalanga government R67m, the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) said on Sunday.…

Four arrested as two Gauteng testing stations permanently closed

The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) has welcomed the permanent closure of two Gauteng vehicle-testing stations following fraud and corruption allegations. The deregistration of the Orlando and Viking testing stations…

36 dead in 3 major crashes over the weekend

The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) on Monday said it was investigating at least three major crashes which claimed 36 lives over the long weekend. In a statement, the RTMC…

Four learner licence applicants jailed for trying to obtain licences fraudulently

Durban - The Road Traffic Management Corporation has welcomed a decision by the Durban Special Commercial Crimes Court to convict four learner licence applicants to five year imprisonment or R5000…
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