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    RFA studying AARTO judgment, says amendments not focused on changing driver behaviour

    Industry association the Road Freight Association (RFA) says the North Gauteng High Court’s judgment that the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) Amendment Act (Act 4 of 2019) is unconstitutional is unsurprising because there had been many significant changes made to the original Act (46 of 1998), which had passed Constitutional scrutiny. “The RFA has been very clear and outspoken about the flaws that the association identified in AARTO that, in our view, were predicated on revenue generation and not on changing driver behaviour and vehicle maintenance to ensure safer roads,” says RFA CEO Gavin Kelly.

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    RFA studying AARTO judgment, says amendments not focused on changing driver behaviour

    Industry association the Road Freight Association (RFA) says the North Gauteng High Court’s judgment that the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) Amendment Act (Act 4 of 2019) is unconstitutional is unsurprising because there had been many significant changes made to the original Act (46 of 1998), which had passed Constitutional scrutiny. “The RFA has been very clear and outspoken about the flaws that the association identified in AARTO that, in our view, were predicated on revenue generation and not on changing driver behaviour and vehicle maintenance to ensure safer roads,” says RFA CEO Gavin Kelly.

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    Toxic fumes ship will be dumping chemicals off St Helena Bay until March – maritime authority

    Around 1 500 tonnes of chemicals on the NS Qingdao bulk carrier were being dumped into the sea about 250km off St Helena Bay in an operation expected to end in March, the SA Maritime Authority (Samsa) said on Thursday. In October 2021, the ship was eva…

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    Toxic fumes ship will be dumping chemicals off St Helena Bay until March – maritime authority

    Around 1 500 tonnes of chemicals on the NS Qingdao bulk carrier were being dumped into the sea about 250km off St Helena Bay in an operation expected to end in March, the SA Maritime Authority (Samsa) said on Thursday. In October 2021, the ship was eva…

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    Zikalala condemns the proliferation of counterfeit goods

    KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala says the proliferation of counterfeit goods is tantamount to economic sabotage as it takes market share away from legitimate businesses and has negative implications for economic growth. The Premier was overseeing a law enforcement operation at Bayhead road, leading to the Durban harbour, on January 13. The operation was aimed at ensuring compliance in the freight and logistics industry.

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    Zikalala condemns the proliferation of counterfeit goods

    KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala says the proliferation of counterfeit goods is tantamount to economic sabotage as it takes market share away from legitimate businesses and has negative implications for economic growth. The Premier was overseeing a law enforcement operation at Bayhead road, leading to the Durban harbour, on January 13. The operation was aimed at ensuring compliance in the freight and logistics industry.

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    Zikalala condemns the proliferation of counterfeit goods

    KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala says the proliferation of counterfeit goods is tantamount to economic sabotage as it takes market share away from legitimate businesses and has negative implications for economic growth. The Premier was overseeing a law enforcement operation at Bayhead road, leading to the Durban harbour, on January 13. The operation was aimed at ensuring compliance in the freight and logistics industry.

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    Zikalala condemns the proliferation of counterfeit godos

    KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala says the proliferation of counterfeit goods is tantamount to economic sabotage as it takes market share away from legitimate businesses and has negative implications for economic growth. The Premier was overseeing a law enforcement operation at Bayhead road, leading to the Durban harbour, on January 13. The operation was aimed at ensuring compliance in the freight and logistics industry.

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    Zikalala condemns the proliferation of counterfeit godos

    KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala says the proliferation of counterfeit goods is tantamount to economic sabotage as it takes market share away from legitimate businesses and has negative implications for economic growth. The Premier was overseeing a law enforcement operation at Bayhead road, leading to the Durban harbour, on January 13. The operation was aimed at ensuring compliance in the freight and logistics industry.

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    Court declares AARTO Amendment Act unconstitutional 

    The High Court has declared the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) Amendment Act, on which the planned demerit system for traffic offences is based, unconstitutional and invalid. The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) challenged the constitutional validity of AARTO and the AARTO Amendment Act, and asked the court in October last year to declare both the main Act and the amendment Act unconstitutional. 

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