News and Speeches for Department of Transport and Public Works

Minister Carlisle: Regularity and Intensity of Floods Increasing

27 September 2011

Robin Carlisle, the Minister for Transport and Public Works in the Western Cape, has released a series of photographs of the newly repaired Brandwag River Bridge on the Geelbeksvlei Road, between Mossel Bay and Oudtshoorn. Read More

Minister Carlisle Welcomes National Transport Minister Ndebele's Call for Review of Speed Limit Legislation

20 September 2011

Media Statement by Robin Carlisle, Minister of Transport and Public WorksWhilst we would welcome a modest reduction in speed limits, that on its own will make very little difference to the carnage on our roads. Read More

Minister Carlisle Announces First Anniversary of Safely Home's "Name and Shame" Campaign

20 September 2011

Media Statement by Robin Carlisle, Minister of Transport and Public WorksToday marks the first anniversary of our "Name and Shame" Campaign, which forms part of our Safely Home initiative. Read More

Minister Robin Carlisle Announces Public Transport Transformation for George

14 September 2011

Media Statement by Robin Carlisle, Minister of Transport and Public Works Read More

Minister Carlisle Shuts Down Testing Station that Roadworthied Rheenendal Bus

12 September 2011

Media Statement by Robin Carlisle, Minister of Transport and Public Works Read More

Minister Carlisle: Drager Judgement a "Great Day for Road Safety"

8 September 2011

Media Statement by Minister of Transport and Public Works, Robin CarlisleThe judgement handed down today by Judge Nathan Erasmus will save thousands of lives throughout South Africa. Read More

Worst Flood Damage to Western Cape Roads Since 2007

8 September 2011

Robin Carlisle, the Minister for Transport and Public Works in the Western Cape, today announced that traffic in the Eden District Municipality is almost completely back to normal after the worst flood damage to Western Cape roads since 2007. Read More

Media Alert: Minister Carlisle Awaits Judgement on Drager in Cape High Court

7 September 2011

The Cape High Court will hand down judgement in the case of Clifford Joseph Hendricks tomorrow. Hendricks is accused of driving while over the legal limit for breath alcohol. Read More