About Justice Project South Africa.
Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) is a non-profit organisation that has been in existence since June 2008. This site and all of its contents is owned and operated by JPSA and all information and services provided are the result of extensive research and in-depth knowledge we have conducted and attained.
JPSA has featured on SABC Special Assignment, Carte Blanche, Talk Radio 702/Cape Talk, many SABC radio stations, Radio Islam, and a host of others with respect to speed law enforcement and AARTO. We have also appeared in countless press articles and delivered lectures to such prestigious institutions as The University of South Africa (UNISA) faculty of law. We have even received Kudos from an assistant attorney general at the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, not to mention the masses of people we have already assisted.
We have relationships with many traffic authorities in South Africa and most of them know the particular thoroughness and painstaking accuracy we apply in dealing with situations relating to traffic law. Whilst we previously had a strained relationship with the RTMC this has been abandoned after multiple broken promises and underhanded practices from the RTMC. The Department of Transport chooses to ignore us entirely - for the moment that is.
Our National Chairman, Howard Dembovsky is listed on the Arrive Alive website (www.arrivealive.co.za) as an expert on speed law enforcement and the mechanics of AARTO. He is also widely recognised as an expert in many areas of traffic law in other circles.
Anton Burger is a successful criminal attorney who has specialised in criminal law and a board member of JPSA.
Other members of the organisation have similar specialist skills which contribute to the impeccable credibility and reputation of JPSA.
JPSA's track record speaks for itself and whilst there are many traffic authorities and other institutions and individuals who don't particularly like us, there is not a single one that is able to say that we are ever inaccurate, don't know what we are talking about or spread misinformation.
To learn more about JPSA, visit the JPSA website at www.jp-sa.org.