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Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has emphasised the importance of establishing a regional regulatory authority to enforce agreed harmonised standards.

The trial of former President Jacob Zuma has been postponed to 4 February next year.

Mozambicans have this morning headed to the polling stations to cast their vote to elect their next President.

The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) has called on members of the public to comment on the draft Regulations developed to govern the implementation of the Administrative Adjudication of the Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) Act.

Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi is expected to make an announcement soon that unabridged birth certificates will no longer be required for overseas tourists travelling to South Africa with children.

Four testing centre officials are to appear in the Lephalale Magistrate’s Court today after they were caught issuing roadworthy certificates for vehicles they did not physically examine.

President Cyril Ramaphosa has concluded a successful working visit to the United Kingdom where he participated in the 6th Annual Financial Times Africa Summit.

Africa is ready for the great leap frog of attracting investment, displaying its innovative talent and capability and catapulting itself to greater heights of human development.

Municipal Demarcation Board (MDB) Chairperson Thabo Manyoni has encouraged communities to participate in the creation of electoral wards for the 2021 Local Government Elections (LGE) to enable free and fair elections.

A law enforcement operation has dealt a heavy blow to the sale of counterfeit goods in Gauteng.

In preparation for the upcoming Investment Conference, President Cyril Ramaphosa will use his address at the Financial Times Africa Summit 2019, to lure investors to the country.

With a week to go until the first ever Russia-Africa Summit, Russia has emphasised the need to expand and deepen scientific ties between that country and the African continent.

More than 100 motorists were arrested this past weekend for disobeying the rules of the road in Bloemfontein.

A delegation of South African school principals are in China where they are participating in a study tour which is showcasing best practice in the sector.

President Cyril Ramaphosa arrived on Sunday in London, United Kingdom, for a two-day working visit.

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