JOHANNESBURG, Feb 28 (Reuters) - South Africa rolled back rules on new drivers licences on Friday, extending a deadline by two months after infuriated motorists queued around the country in a last-minute bid to obtain new permits. Transport Minister Jeff Radebe said Friday's midnight deadline to swap existing licences for the new, credit-card style format was being pushed back to April 30. "Partly this decision has been informed by tentative indications that we might slide into a ...
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