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Five people injured in a collision in Dorpstraat in Stellenbosch

Five people injured in a collision in Dorpstraat in Stellenbosch

Emergency services responded to the scene of a collision where a bakkie collided with a ditch, lamposts, and a tree in Dorpstraat, Stellenbosch. 5 Patients with minor to serious injuries. Lima Charlie 1

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Invitation to Annual Road Traffic and Transport Legislation Workshops 2024

Invitation to Annual Road Traffic and Transport Legislation Workshops 2024

Join us for our 25th Annual Road Traffic and Transport Legislation Workshop. The workshop will be held at the following venues and dates: • Stellenbosch - Protea Hotel, Technopark - 14 May 2024 • Umhlanga – aha Gateway Hotel - 16 May 2024 •

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Toll Tariff Adjustment at the Conventional Toll Plazas 2024

Toll Tariff Adjustment at the Conventional Toll Plazas 2024

Please note that the annual toll tariffs will be adjusted at the conventional toll plazas as of 1 March 2024. In light of the new tariffs, we recommend that you amend your low balance threshold, online at www.sanral.co.za/ Manage my SANRAL Account or by contacting Customer Services (details listed

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Safe storage of chemicals vital to avoid disastrous fires

Safe storage of chemicals vital to avoid disastrous fires

In the wake of the disaster at the northern Chinese port of Tianjin, Deidré Penfold, executive director of Chemical and Allied Industries Association (CAIA), reiterates that proper chemical storage is required to minimise the hazards associated with leaks, spills and accidental mixing of incompatible

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Toll Roads in South Africa

Toll Roads in South Africa

Why have toll roads? Roads form the main artery of economic competitiveness, growth and social development. To Build roads costs billions of rands. Toll roads assist us in meeting the demands of social services, which are important for the growth of our country. Toll roads accelerate the availability

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Cracked Windshield, Safe Driving and the Law

Cracked Windshield, Safe Driving and the Law

Windscreen damage remains a hazard and reality experienced by all South African motorists. Although windshield damage can result from a variety of causes, the most common is flying rocks and debris cast off from loads of commercial trucks as well as debris projected from road surfaces under construction. We

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