Aarto Bill gets the green light

Original article on infrastructurene.ws | 11 September 2017 | by Liesl Frankson The National Assembly recently approved the highly anticipated Aarto Bill, which will see the introduction of the demerit system to curb reckless driving. The Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Amendment Bill was tabled as a direct result of the untenable and unsustainable […]


6 March 2017 | Press release provided by Eclipse Public Relations Allegations and investigations of corruption are increasingly appearing in South African headlines as the epidemic of dishonest conduct becomes the norm within the country’s public sector. Most recently, it has come to light that some of those working in our licensing departments prioritise underhand […]

Should South African public transport be ‘uberfied’?

Original article on africanbusinessreview.co.za |22 February 2017  | by Craig Heckwrath Many of us have experienced the simplicity and convenience of hailing an Uber. It certainly seems like the 180-degree opposite of South Africa’s fragmented, informal (and sometimes unreliable) public transport networks. But what if we could use the principles and the technology that made […]

South Africa: Take Advantage of Business Opportunities

Original article on allafrica.com | 19 January 2017  Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has encouraged South Africans to register their companies in different databases within all spheres of government in order to take advantage of the many business opportunities. “We made a commitment of procuring 75% of government goods and services from South African producers,” Minister Peters […]

South Africa: Public Transport app wins TADHack challenge

Original article on itnewsafrica.com | 25 October 2016 Mobi Moola, an app aimed at enabling cellphone users to pay for public transport using their airtime, was named the winner at the first TADHack challenge in South Africa. MTN and its sponsor partners brought the international telecoms developer challenge to Africa for the first time this month, […]