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traffic fine system
Johannesburg - The transport department is planning to implement a standard traffic fine structure across the country by September, the Independent Online reported on Thursday.
At present, provinces each operate different fine structures, with motorists paying varying amounts for the same offence, depending on where the offence occurs.
Road Traffic Management Corporation chief executive Thabo Tsholetsane said the department had already worked out a draft fine schedule, and would have it gazetted and then released for public comment.
There were news stories this week of proposed standard amounts for speeding fines, but Tsholetsane disputed the accuracy of these figures.
"I don't know whether it was a prank, but I compared our figures, and the amounts were not corresponding.
"We want to go through process and put it into the Government Gazette," said Tsholetsane.
He said the approval of Justice Minister Brigitte Mabandla to the proposed schedule was also needed.
The project would be piloted in Gauteng, before being rolled out nationally, and would cover all offences in the Road Traffic Act.