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Throw the book at rock throwers says AA

The Automobile Association (AA) notes with concern yet another incident of rock throwing off a bridge onto oncoming traffic in KwaZulu-Natal. According to reports, the latest incident occurred earlier this week in Glen Anil. “These attacks, because this is how they must be viewed, are barbaric and cowardly. Throwing rocks …

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Pedestrian injured after vehicle knock over

A 27-year-old male sustained moderate injuries after he was knocked over by a vehicle on Phakamile Mabija street in Kimberley this afternoon. Upon ER24’s arrival at approximately 15H28, the man was lying halfway on the pavement next to the road. Upon further assessment, paramedics found the man to have sustained …

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Central Line restored by PRASA and UNTU

PRASA and the United National Transport Union (UNTU), have agreed to restore the service on the Central Line on Wednesday, 17 January 2018.  This means commuters traveling along that line will now be able to benefit from the service once again. PRASA and UNTU will continue however to call on …

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New hope for Buffalo City bypass project

The South African National Road Agency (SOC) Limited is working with Buffalo City to review the costs of the proposed Buffalo River Bridge. The proposed Buffalo River Bridge and arterial road link between the N2 and R72 has been a long-time in the planning. The South African National Road Agency …

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