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30 October 2017

2,6 million for construction of Kgomotso Registering Authority

The 2,6 million construction of the Kgomotso Registering Authority is expected to create jobs for the local communities of Kgomotso village in the Greater Taung Local Municipality.

This was announced by the Community Safety and Transport Management MEC Mpho Motlhabane on Friday during the project sod turning and introducing the contractor on site.

The project is set to take at least eight months for completion phase one. “With the construction of this Registering Authority we expect young men and women to benefit in terms of job creation and in completion of the project we will be responding to the call of bringing services closer to our people.

.“We will ensure the effective and efficient renewal of motor vehicle licenses, registration of new vehicles, de-registration of stolen and recovered vehicles or permanently unfit for use, notifications of change in respect of vehicle particulars and re-registering of stolen and recovered vehicles,” said Motlhabane.

The Registering Authority is expected to benefit communities from more than 20 villages surrounding the Kgomotso village with an estimate of more than 5000 vehicle population.

According to MEC, the phase two of the project will include the construction of the testing ground for the vehicle testing station, satellite office for Taung Station Law Enforcement.

Most of the people in this villages, have been receiving services from Hartswater which falls in the Northern Cape Province.


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