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R28 road upgrade complete
R28 road upgrade completeArticle

Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Dr Ismail Vadi, has officially opened the rehabilitated multimillion rand R28 road in Westonaria, south of Johannesburg...

17 Apr 2019

New three-way stop planned at the Cedara interchange
New three-way stop planned at the Cedara interchangeArticle

N3TC will implement a new permanent three-way stop on the R103 (at the north- and southbound N3/Cedara Road interchanges in KwaZulu-Natal) during April 2019...

2 Apr 2019

Gugs roads rehabilitation project well underway
Gugs roads rehabilitation project well underwayArticle

The City of Cape Town's Transport Directorate is making great progress with its Gugulethu Roads Rehabilitation project...

25 Feb 2019

Kommetjie Road Project draws to a close
Kommetjie Road Project draws to a closeArticle

The Kommetjie Road Project, Cape Towns's biggest congestion relief projects with a total investment of R194m over three years, is now in the final year...

4 Feb 2019

Jan Smuts Drive upgrade picking up speed
Jan Smuts Drive upgrade picking up speedArticle

The City of Cape Town is spending approximately R193m on a major road infrastructure project that forms part of the roll-out of Phase 2A of the MyCiTi bus service to the Cape Flats...

3 Dec 2018

Upgraded R511 now open to traffic
Upgraded R511 now open to trafficArticle

Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Ismail Vadi this week opened the upgraded R511 road worth R146m in Johannesburg...

23 Oct 2018

Urban migration driving innovation in smart city development
Urban migration driving innovation in smart city developmentArticle

With two thirds of the world's population expected to live in urban areas by 2050, pressure on public services and infrastructure...

30 Jul 2018

A Sandton business hotel stay that won't leave you feeling blue
A Sandton business hotel stay that won't leave you feeling blueArticle

Where to stay in the Sandton area really depends on why you are there. While Sandton is an ever-changing landscape with buildings and road works falling and rising like a yo-yo, that it remains the money hub is a constant.

Brian Berkman 21 Jun 2018

Wild Coast toll road: new court battle looms
Wild Coast toll road: new court battle loomsArticle

The SA National Roads Agency (SANRAL) has promised to respond by the end of the month to a legal challenge to the controversial R9bn N2 Wild Coast Toll Road from East London to Durban...

Thembela Ntongana 10 Apr 2018

Nigel road upgrade project completed
Nigel road upgrade project completedArticle

The R16m P41/1 road rehabilitation project near Nigel has restored the road for a further 15 years...

1 Aug 2017

The TomTom Team
Traffic is a fact of life, but we can plan smarterArticle

TomTom recently released the results from the TomTom Traffic Index 2016. We asked TomTom traffic analyst, Jaap Schaapherder to shed some extra light on their findings...

Cari Van Wyk 28 Apr 2016

Pit-to-port projects a holistic approach to Africa's development
Pit-to-port projects a holistic approach to Africa's developmentArticle

Africa does not have sufficient infrastructure for moving materials, as it remains an underdeveloped continent lacking logistics infrastructure...

27 Nov 2015

Durban's bulk water pipeline project on target
Durban's bulk water pipeline project on targetArticle

The water pipeline extending from Inchanga Station to Alverstone Reservoir and then to Ashley Drive in Kloof in Durban is now complete and will be handed over to eThekwini Water and Sanitation (EWS) in July 2015...

18 Jun 2015

No plans for Phase Two of toll roads - Vadi
No plans for Phase Two of toll roads - VadiArticle

Gauteng has no plans to implement the second phase of the unpopular e-toll programme in the coming financial year, says the province's MEC for roads and transport, Ismail Vadi.

Nicky Smith 4 Apr 2013

Revamping Gauteng's freeways
Revamping Gauteng's freewaysArticle

Gauteng road users, especially those who use the southern portions of the provincial network, can now drive in increased safety along one of the province's most notorious stretches of road.

Janine Erasmus 1 Feb 2013

Dutch traffic site a success for local developer
Dutch traffic site a success for local developerArticle

South Africa's Aspire Solutions, which specialises in spatial business applications, has successfully completed a major project for ANWB, the Dutch affiliate of the global Automobile Association.

6 Dec 2012

Yes, you can find some peace and quiet in Mthata
Yes, you can find some peace and quiet in MthataArticle

There is a dramatic change in scenery the moment you cross the Kei River and the coffee is good at that garage stop at the border so give yourself a few minutes to enjoy it. There are also braai (BBQ) facilities in the vicinity and you can buy meat and wood at the garage convenience store.

Brian Berkman: contributing editor, travel 9 Oct 2012

Cellfind's location-based services can help navigate dangers
Cellfind's location-based services can help navigate dangersArticle

With South Africans set to stream to their favourite holiday destinations for the Easter break, many motorists will be navigating the dangers of the country's roads.

16 Mar 2012

State of South African logistics survey out now
State of South African logistics survey out nowArticle

The 7th State of Logistics survey, considered one of one of the premier references for logistics in South Africa, was released yesterday, 8 March 2011, by the CSIR, Imperial Logistics and Stellenbosch University. It points to an underperforming logistics sector, within a recessionary context. The consistently high total cost of logistics decreased by just 1.2% between 2008 and 2009, from 14.7% to 13.5% of GDP. This year, topics centred on 'green' logistics (including 'extra distance' measurement); deteriorating road quality and benefit-cost analysis; supply chain risk management; the skills issue; and rural logistics.

9 Mar 2011

Interactive Google map for pothole reporting
Interactive Google map for pothole reportingArticle

"Following another bout of heavy rain, we're once again dealing with potholes in addition to road works, broken traffic lights and other potential hazards," says Aki Anastasiou of Primedia Broadcasting's Eyewitness News (EWN) traffic desk. He has set up an interactive Google Map to guide motorists through traffic obstructions in Gauteng daily.

30 Apr 2010

SAARF forum offers future shock
SAARF forum offers future shockArticle

In her recent presentation to delegates at the SAARF/AMF TV Information Forum, independent media consultant Lorna Long from Media Spice called 2010 a watershed year for TV planning. She predicts that by 2014, the South African TV arena could be radically changed.

10 Feb 2010

New TV planning guidelinesArticle

According to Media Shoptalk's recent newsletter released last week, a contentious issue is the new TV universe changes and the effect of these changes, where reportedly a number of planners have found major differences between projected TV plans and actual results achieved for campaigns that have been planned from August 2009 to date.

7 Jan 2010

Coca-Cola Zero Fest venue change for Joburg and Cape Town
Coca-Cola Zero Fest venue change for Joburg and Cape TownArticle

Heavy rain and incomplete road works cause the COCA-COLA ZERO FEST 2009 to change venues in Joburg and Cape Town respectively. The Joburg fest on the 10 April will be moving to Riversands in Fourways, Johannesburg . And the Cape Town Fest on April 13 will be moving to the Lourensford Wine Estate situated on Lourensford Road in Somerset West.

27 Mar 2009

Life in the slow laneArticle

73% of South African respondents in a recent Synovate survey attribute South Africa's worsening traffic problem to people who don't know how to drive or those who drive selfishly, second only to rocketing private car ownership.

Issued by Synovate 8 Dec 2005

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