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20 February 2019

MEC Motlhabane concerned about non compliance of police officers on duty


Police officers on duty at Mogwase and Sun City police stations were caught by surprise when the Community Safety and Transport Management MEC Mpho Motlhabane visited the stations unannounced. read more+


15 February 2019

SOPA Address by Pror: Job Mokgoro


STATE OF THE PROVINCE ADDRESS DELIVERED BY NORTH WEST PREMIER, PROF TEBOGO JOB MOKGORO, AT THE OPENING OF THE NORTH WEST PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE CONVENED ON FRIDAY, 15 FEBRUARY 2019 IN MAHIKENG read more+


11 February 2019

Department to host PJCPS Community Engagement on Gender Based Violence and Human Trafficking in Klerksdorp


The Department of Community Safety and Transport Management in collaboration with the Provincial Justice ,Crime Prevention and Security Cluster Departments (PJCPS) and the Matlosana Community Safety forum (CSF) will host a community engagement against Gender Based Violence and Human Trafficking. read more+


10 February 2019

MEC Motlhabane to restore and rebuild relations between communities, Police and Government


Following instabilities and lawlessness incidents that took place in Ramokokastad in the Moses Kotane Local Municipality, the North West MEC for Community Safety and Transport Management will lead a campaign that is geared to restore and rebuild relations between the communities, police and government. read more+


24 January 2019

MEC Motlhabane Led a Successful First 2019 Public Transport and Drunken Driving Weekend Blitz in Mahikeng


MEC Mokgantshang Motlhabane led a contingency of Traffic and Police official, RTMC's National Traffic Police, SARS, Customs and Nurses assigned to administer drunk driving tests. This Joint Public Transport and Drunken Driving operations were conducted on the weekend of 17 to 20 January 2019. read more+


23 January 2019

MEC Motlhabane urges disadvantaged Communities to take Advantage of the Traffic Learnership Advert that Closes on the 29 January 2019


The North West Department of Community Safety and Transport Management runs an advertisement for Road Traffic Management Learnership Programme, 2019/20. The advertisement was release early in January 2019 and distributed to media, through departmental website, through government emails, delivered to all Tribal Councils of the province as well to all municipalities. read more+


07 January 2019

MEC Motlhabane Applauds Law Enforcement Official as the Festive Season Arrive Alive Operations Ends and Monitors Provision of Learner Transportation


We are now at the last phase of the Festive Season Arrive Alive operations wherein holiday makers, workers and scholars are returning to various places of work and home. We are expecting traffic volumes to increase once again. This week and in particular, on Wednesday, 09th January 2019, we are focused on the back to school campaign. read more+


11 December 2018

MEC MOTLHABANE TO LEAD A CAMPAIGN ON GENDER BASED VIOLENCE IN HEBRON


Community Safety and Transport Management MEC, Dr Mpho Motlhabane will lead a campaign set to address issues on Gender based violence targeting vulnerable families of Hebron in the Madibeng Local Municipality. read more+


07 December 2018

ZEERUST CBD TAXI RANK AND DINOKANA GETS A CLEAN UP TO REDUCE CRIME HOTSPOTS


The Zeerust CBD taxi rank and Dinokana village (Jerusalema) will on Monday get a clean up as the MEC for Community Safety and Transport Management Dr Motlhabane will lead his departmental staff members and other 300 volunteers on a debushing letsema initiative. The volunteers consist of CPF members, patrollers, enough is enough group members, local councillors and other community members read more+


05 December 2018

Comply and reach your destination without inconvenience this festive


Motorists travelling on local and national roads in the North West Province are encouraged to comply with the road rules for the sake of reaching their destinations safely and without inconvenience. read more+


04 December 2018

MEC MOTLHABANE TO ACTIVATE FESTIVE SEASON OPERATIONS


Road safety continues to be a challenge throughout the year especially during the festive season as a result of incidents and accidents taking place on the roads. The North West MEC for the Department of Community Safety and Transport Management, Dr Mpho Motlhabane will therefore officially activate the 2018 festive season operations. read more+


27 November 2018

Khuma and Jouberton communities to engage on PJCPS cluster to fight crime


Seeking to ensure an integrated approach to deal with crime within communities, the North West Department of Community Safety and Transport Management will lead a community engagement session, scheduled to take place as part of the 16 Days of Activism Against Women and Children. read more+


27 November 2018

SA NATIONAL SMALL BUS OPERATORS COUNCIL TO HAVE AN ELECTIVE CONFERENCE


The department has identified a need to empower small bus operators and to help formalise them for better representation in the formal bus industry read more+


21 November 2018

MEC Motlhabane to lead a day seminar on Integrated Transport Plans with Municipalities


Adoption and implementation of Integrated Transport Plans (ITP’s), remains a challenge to most of Municipalities across the Province, leading to restraining developments on public transport infrastructure. read more+


23 October 2018

MEC Motlhabane brings services closer to Tweelaagte communities by opening a vehicle registering authority


Motorists in the area of Tweelaagte and the neighbouring villages in the Moses Kotane Local Municipality will no longer have to travel long distances to access services such as registering their motor vehicles and renewing their license disc. This follows the Department of Community Safety and Transport Management's efforts to bring services closer to the communities. read more+


23 October 2018

MEC Motlhabane Inducts Kalahari Rally Bike and Off-road Trucks Racing, as Mahikeng's Own Dakar Rally


North West Province's capital city, Mahikeng was colourful and reverting from the 13th to the 19th October 2018 with off-road and dessert biker and vehicles sports competition fanatics. The Kalahari Rally revellers had converged in town drawn from the rest of South Africa, African countries and internationally. Participants from countries such as the United Kingdom, Botswana, Netherlands, Australia, Holland and Thailand had descended to the small town, for their sporting races, an equivalence of the world renowned Dakar Rally.. read more+


17 October 2018

MEC Motlhabane to lead car free day and commemorate Mme Albertinah Sisulu Centenary


North West MEC for the Department of Community Safety and Transport Management, Dr Mpho Motlhabane encourages motorists to leave their cars at home to use public transport, buses and taxis on non-motorists transport such as bicycles and walking to their respective work places and shopping on the 18th October 2018. read more+


17 October 2018

Hod Mofokeng advocates for road safety during Kalahari Rally


North West Community Safety and Transport Management Head of Department, Ms Botlhale Mofokeng has called on Dakar Kalahari Rally participants to adhere to road safety measures during the week long sporting activity. read more+


15 October 2018

MEC MOTLHABANE LOBBIES POPCRU IN NORTH WEST TO PARTNER DEPT AND SOCIETY IN COMBATING CRIME, VIOLENCE AND WELCOMING INTERVENTIONS


In his address this last Friday, 12 October 2018 to the North West POPCRU's Provincial Shopsteward Council Meeting, Stonehenge Lodge, Potchefstroom, MEC Motlhabane lobbied the Police, Traffic and Correctional Service Union to partner with the department and communities in fighting crime, violence as well as welcome Minister Cele's interventions. read more+


27 September 2018

MEC Motlhabane to launch Matlosana Community Safety Forum


North West MEC for Community Safety and Transport Management, Dr Mpho Motlhabane will call on Matlosana communities to work closely with police and all relevant stakeholders in crime prevention and take charge of all safety issues within their area. read more+



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