National Road Traffic Act, 1996 (Act No. 93 of 1996)
Chapter IX : Road traffic signs and general speed limit
56. Minister may prescribe road traffic signs
|1)||The Minister may, subject to this Act and for the purpose of prohibiting, limiting, regulating or controlling traffic in general or any particular class of traffic on a public road or a section thereof or for the purpose of designating any public road or a section thereof as a public road of a particular class, prescribe such signs, signals, markings or other devices (to be known as road traffic signs) as he or she may deem expedient, as well as their significance and the conditions on and circumstances under which any road traffic sign may be displayed on a public road.|
|2)||The Minister may, subject to such conditions as he or she may deem expedient, authorise any person or body to display on a public road any sign, signal, marking or other device for the purpose of ascertaining the suitability of such sign, signal or device as a road traffic sign.|
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