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Looking resplendent in its PinkDrive colours is this Hino-based mobile mammography unit which will be used in the fight against breast cancer.
Hino joins PinkDrive’s fight against breast cancer

When actress Angelina Jolie underwent a preventive double mastectomy earlier this year to avoid the possibility of her getting breast cancer, her action raised the profile of this disease around the world. However, in South Africa, PinkDrive has been doing

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Transport Minister Dipuo Peters – “fleet owners will be held liable if and when their unroadworthy vehicles are intercepted on the roads or are involved in crashes.”
Please play your part urges Minister
The marvellous and passionate Peggie Mars, director of Wheel Well with Wayne Lodder, director of AfintaPart at the handover of the R200 000 donation. Helping to keep the kids - our future truckers - safe on the roads.
AfintaPart takes its heart beyond trucking
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The shortage of qualified diesel mechanics is impacting severely on the ability of operators to maintain their vehicles. Many operators hold the view that a return to the ‘apprenticeship’ system will help solve this skills shortage problem. What are your

South Africa, like the rest of the world, is facing a severe driver shortage. This is compounded by the fact that the industry also faces a lack of quality training facilities for truck drivers? What can be done to attract

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DA leader Helen Zille says the party has a plan for harbours and small-scale fishing communities.
KwaZulu-Natal police have arrested two Chatsworth municipal officials for extortion.
ANC national chairperson Baleka Mbete is protecting President Jacob Zuma by using culture to defend corruption, DA MP Lindiwe Mazibuko says.
The latter few weeks of election 2014, have seen South Africans reeling from an assault on their comfort zone when it comes to voting, writes Daniel Silke
A Benoni woman has been shot dead with a crossbow allegedly by her husband.
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