Electronic monitoring to expand
The Department of Correctional Services expects electronic offender monitoring to move beyond the pilot phase in the next few years.
Offender monitoring could save SA millions
The electronic monitoring of prisoners could possibly save taxpayers millions per month.
Prison access control gets smart
The Department of Correctional Services says its new smart ID biometric system will provide complete access security control for officials.
Convict monitoring pilot 'highly successful'
The Department of Correctional Services' electronic monitoring pilot project of convicted offenders has shown a 100% success rate.
E-toll regulations under investigation
The e-toll Bill tabled in Parliament on Friday will have vast financial and administrative implications for provinces, says the DA.
E-toll case a 'waste of money'
Legislation enabling e-toll implementation in Gauteng has not yet been put before Parliament.
E-toll fine quota 'misconstrued'
Officers in the National Traffic Police Unit have allegedly been instructed to issue 15 fines each per shift.
E-tolling axed Ndebele
Apart from the e-tolling issue, transport minister Sbu Ndebele didn't do much anyway, say industry commentators.
E-toll opposition needs R7m
Just half of one month's saved toll fees from 30 000 motorists will be enough to help the legal case against e-tolling.
NCC upholds e-tag complaints
There are still two points of concern in the e-toll contract that must be addressed by transport minister Sibusiso Ndebele.
Sanral CEO must reveal secrets: DA
But transport minister Sibusiso Ndebele thanked Nazir Alli for his “sterling job” as Sanral CEO.