Transport Department to appeal Aarto ruling

2022-01-18 03:18:00 PM
Transport Department to appeal Aarto ruling

[ICYMI] Transport Department to appeal Aarto ruling

[ICYMI] Transport Department to appeal Aarto ruling

Last week, the High Court in Pretoria ruled that the Aarto Act amendment is unconstitutional.

The Transport Department implemented phase one of the system in July 2021.The act outlines that drivers can be penalised for speeding, ignoring road signs, and running red lights.

Read more: eNCA » Mbalula says Aarto is important after more than 1,500 arrested for drunk driving

Mbalula says Aarto is important after more than 1,500 arrested for drunk drivingThe driver with the highest alcohol level of 2.43mg was arrested in Johannesburg last December. How is the demerit system suppose to work when we don't have drivers licence cards.?

Fikile Mbalula to appeal Aarto rulingTransport minister Fikile Mbalula will appeal last week’s high court ruling that put the brakes on the controversial Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act and its driving licence points-demerit system. MbalulaFikile You cant even print mere license cards. I hope you lose when the court sides with common sense YET again. The sooner he loses the sooner they can scrap all those traffic fines

Fikile Mbalula to appeal Aarto rulingTransport minister Fikile Mbalula will appeal last week’s high court ruling that put the brakes on the controversial Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act and its driving licence points-demerit system. MbalulaFikile You cant even print mere license cards. I hope you lose when the court sides with common sense YET again. The sooner he loses the sooner they can scrap all those traffic fines

Mbalula says Aarto is important after more than 1,500 arrested for drunk driving

Mbalula says Aarto is important after more than 1,500 arrested for drunk drivingThe driver with the highest alcohol level of 2.43mg was arrested in Johannesburg last December. How is the demerit system suppose to work when we don't have drivers licence cards.?

3 new driving laws planned for South Africa: ministerTransport minister Fikile Mbalula says that his department is working on a number of regulatory changes to improve the safety of South Africa’s roads.

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READ: The Transport Department implemented phase one of the system in July 2021.Competitions MATRIC ","category_class":"child-of-news","time_ago":"5 mins ago","premium":false,"gallery":false,"excerpt":"The department says it will make available the NSC results to stakeholders who requested access.Says points-demerit system is important to change driving behaviour 18 January 2022 - 12:22 By Denis Droppa The Aarto act and licence demerit points were a deterrent to bad behaviour on our roads, said transport minister Fikile Mbalula.Says points-demerit system is important to change driving behaviour 18 January 2022 - 12:22 By Denis Droppa The Aarto act and licence demerit points were a deterrent to bad behaviour on our roads, said transport minister Fikile Mbalula.

The act outlines that drivers can be penalised for speeding, ignoring road signs, and running red lights. Source .citizen.