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12 June 2018 10:33 AM 2 killed after bus overturns on Johannesburg highway

Two people were killed and three others were seriously injured after a bus overturned on the N12 highway, east of Johannesburg, on Tuesday morning. Johannesburg Emergency Services spokesperson Nana Radebe said they arrived at the scene around 04:30 on Tuesday morning. She said there were 32 people on the bus. Two were killed, three people were in a critical 45

10 June 2018 8:02 PM Man dismembered after falling from vehicle, struck by others

A man was decapitated after he was believed to have fallen off a vehicle and struck by a number of other cars on the N2, north of Durban, before paramedics arrived on Sunday evening. Crisis Medical paramedics said a man believe to be 30 years old was declared dead by paramedics earlier on Sunday. "Emergency services were called to the northbound carriageway 51

04 June 2018 8:59 AM Critical questions to ask when choosing vehicle insurance

There are just over 11 million registered vehicles in South Africa - excluding caravans and trailers. Statistics show that the majority of these vehicles – around 60 to 70% – are uninsured. The Automobile Association says this means that to keep you on the road, insurance is not a luxury, but a necessity. Statistics from the Road Traffic Management Corporation 71

25 May 2018 7:09 AM Tesla in Autopilot sped up before crash

A new police report says a Tesla that crashed in Utah while in Autopilot mode accelerated just before it smashed into a stopped firetruck. The incident report obtained by The Associated Press Thursday through a public records request also reveals that the driver told police she assumed the vehicle's automatic brakes would detect stopped traffic and stop. Police 71

11 May 2018 7:46 PM Mosque attack: Relative of slain worshipper says it was heartbreaking to watch him fight for his life

A relative of Abbas Essop, who died shortly after an attack at a mosque in Verulam, KwaZulu-Natal on Thursday, says it was heartbreaking to witness Essop fight for his life after his throat was slit. "It was very heartbreaking to witness his death at this mosque," said the relative, who asked not to be named for "security reasons". The relative said he was one of the people 57

11 May 2018 5:28 AM Truck fire blocks N2 outside Mossel Bay

"At 00:52 the N2 between Albertinia and Mossel Bay were closed due to a Volvo Hmv alight," said Western Cape provincial traffic chief Kenny Africa in a statement. He said that because of the fire, both sides of the road were closed and no injuries were reported. Africa said it was too early to determine the cause of the fire, but added that no other 137

04 May 2018 3:11 PM Saturday protest in Paris placed under high security

The head of Paris police says about 2 000 police officers will be deployed to ensure security in the French capital during an anti-government protest on Saturday. Prefect Michel Delpuech promised on Friday in a news conference a "powerful and consistent" effort, four days after May Day protests turned violent in the French capital. Authorities blamed 66

03 May 2018 6:32 AM SA's best-selling cars: Polo Vivo on top, good month for Hyundai Grand i10

Cape Town - The Volkswagen Polo Vivo continues to be the best-selling passenger car in South Africa; during April 2018, the popular hatchback accumulated a total sales figure of 2143 units. It was followed by its big brother, the Polo, which managed 1907 units in second place. In third place, Hyundai's Grand i10 sold 1013 units. Along with the two Polo’s 2636

02 May 2018 1:36 PM Vehicle sales up despite holidays, strike action

Cape Town - Latest vehicle sales and export numbers are in line with general industry expectations, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers (Naamsa) said on Wednesday. Domestic new vehicle sales in April were 36 346 units - an improvement of 1 260 vehicles (3.6%) compared to April last year. In April 2018 aggregate export sales were 24 422 vehicles 76

02 May 2018 7:01 AM Roads closed, cars set alight in Cape Town protest

Protesters have barricaded several roads, damaged property and set a truck alight in Cape Town on Wednesday. Jakes Gerwel Drive near Mitchells Plain and Highlands Drive have been closed off. City of Cape Town law enforcement spokesperson Wayne Dyason said Weltevreden, Morgenster, Varkensvlei and Fulan had also been closed off. According to Dyason, an ATM at a Caltex 3018