The index examined 199 passports, and Germany emerged top of the pile, with its citizens able to visit 157 countries.
Minister for Economic Opportunities, Alan Winde, said in a statement that an official report on the summer season would be released later in January.
The renovations, which had the luxurious ship in dry dock in Hamburg – and crews working around the clock to finish on time – for 25 days, cost a reported £100 million.
If there’s a must-see wine destination in the Cape Winelands then, according to the Great Wine Capitals Tourism Awards, it’s Vergelegen.
Comair has announced that, in line with a new ruling by the South Africa Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA), customers may not board their aircraft with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone. This applies to all aircraft operated by Comair Limited in southern Africa: British Airways (operated by Comair) and kulula.com.
The Competition Commission disagreed with a group of meter taxi drivers that Uber has been engaging in anti-competitive and predatory pricing behaviour.
The Automobile Association of South Africa has urged both parents and law enforcement to be more diligent in implementing legislation requiring children under the age of three to be secured in a child seat.
The law has been in effect for over a year now and the AA claims it has done little to influence the way people travel with their children, which they find concerning.
“When the law came into effect in July 2015 we welcomed the change to the legislation, and called on authorities to ensure a wide education and enforcement campaign was launched to ensure infants get the protection the law provides,” the AA told Wheels24.
“We are dismayed that too many people are failing to buckle up and protect children in the car.”
The association reveals their observational research shows only seven percent of children that should be secured in a child seat while in a car are buckled up.
“This is extremely worrying and speaks directly to the poor attitude drivers have; not only are they disregarding the law, but they are risking their children’s lives,” the AA added.
“More needs to be done to enforce this law, otherwise its introduction would have been meaningless.
“Considering how easy it is to put a child in a car seat, or use a seatbelt, we believe the attitude of some drivers needs urgent attention. We want to again urge every driver to buckle-up and be safe: it’s a simple, easy way to protect yourself.”
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Gauteng MEC for roads and transport Ismail Vadi has announced plans to introduce an electronic taxi fare payment system in the province with the first phase set to go live in February next year. The system will involve passengers to pre-load money onto their FairPay cards at special terminals at kiosks and taxi ranks with…
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