National Road Traffic Act, 1996 (Act No. 93 of 1996)
National Road Traffic Regulations, 2000
Chapter X : Rules of the Road and Matters Relating Thereto
Part II : Driving signals and signals for the control of traffic
329. Signals for use by traffic officer for control of traffic
|(1)||The signals which a traffic officer shall use for the control of traffic, are set out in Schedule 1: Provided that a traffic officer is not prohibited from giving any other signal he or she may deem appropriate in the exercise of his or her powers.|
|(2)||A traffic officer who has given a stop signal to a driver of a vehicle or a pedestrian on a public road, may lower the hand by which such signal was given or use it for giving other signals and any such driver or pedestrian shall not proceed until such officer signals to him or her to do so.|
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