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15 January 2021

A BRITS BRANCH OF A NATIONAL GROCERY FRANCHISE SHOP WAS CLOSED AND ITS MANAGER FINED FOR CONTRAVENING COVID-19 REGULATIONS


A Brits branch of a national grocery franchise shop was forced to close after and its stand-in manager was charged for contravening COVID-19 protocols. It was reported that the substantive manager, yesterday, received positive test results for Coronavirus and went home to quarantine. However, despite having had contact with almost all staff members, especially the two deputy managers, the shop opened today without those close contacts being caused to self-isolate too. Not even decontamination of the manager's office or shop premises was conducted but they continued on 'business as usual' attitude.

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08 January 2021

SEVERAL FINED FOR NOT WEARING MASKS IN TAUNG


Several public transport users were fined for not wearing masks in a multipurpose joint law enforcement operation in Taung. Taxis without operating permits and those expired licenses also found themselves at the receiving end of the unsmiling but friendly law enforcement officers.

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22 December 2020

EARLY CHRISTMAS FOR YOUNG VICTIMS OF ROAD CRASHES AS MEC LEHARI VISITS THEM AT THE SHIMANKANA TABANE HOSPITAL, RUSTENBURG


Christmas came early for children hospitalised due to road accidents. The MEC for the Department of Community Safety and Transport Management, Sello Lehari visited them at the Job Shimankana Tabane Hospital in Rustenburg on Tuesday morning. Through the Road Traffic Management Corporation’s social cohesion and moral degeneration programme, MEC Lehari handed over educational gifts. This being the time where many will be spending the holidays with loved ones, these children will still be in hospital.

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17 December 2020

‘LET’S WORK TOGETHER TO DEFEAT COVID-19 AND ROAD CARNAGE’ – PLEADS MEC LEHARI


The usually busy shopping malls in and around Mafikeng were much more bustling as if shoppers knew the day would be extra special. The North West MEC for the Department of Community Safety and Transport Management, Sello Lehari had an eventful day that included visitation to three major malls in the capital. The day’s activities culminated in a joint law enforcement operation on R49 just outside Mafikeng to Zeerust. MEC Lehari pleaded with communities of the Province and motorists who will be travelling to work together with government in fighting the spread of COVID-19 and road carnage.

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05 December 2020

North-West and Limpopo Transport and Community Safety departments intensify Road Safety Operations


Eleven vehicles were discontinued for being unroadworthy and one undocumented person was arrested in a joint law enforcement operation on R101 arterial road. The joint law enforcement operation began early on Friday morning at Maubane outside Hammanskraal. This is where North West, Limpopo, Gauteng and Mpumalanga Province borders are converging.

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20 November 2020

'Provision of learner transport services and bicycles is Dept responsibility' says MEC Lehari


North West MEC for Department of Community Safety and Transport Management, Sello Lehari said the delivery of 188 bicycles to the leaders of Sempapa Secondary High School in Mathibestad is the step towards resolving traveling challenges for learners of this school.

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19 November 2020

ZERO TOLERANCE” FESTIVE OPERATION PLAN UNVEILED BY MEC LEHARI


“We are not going to be tolerant for any deviancy this coming festive season”, declared MEC Sello Lehari. Senior management of law enforcement in the Province were briefing the MEC for the Department of Community Safety and Transport Management on festive period plans. The joint operational plans seek to ensure rules and regulations are adhered to by road users during this festive period

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04 November 2020

“SPATE OF ACCIDENTS VEXING”, SAID CONCERNED MEC LEHARI AS ROAD CRASHES CLAIMED 11 LIVES


Eleven people have died in two separate horrific accidents in the last two weeks, and this is a serious concern. This is according to the MEC for the Department of Community and Transport Management, Sello Lehari. The latest accident earlier this week claimed four lives to date.

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25 October 2020

GANYESA ACCIDENT CLAIMED EIGHT LIVES INCLUDING A THREE MONTHS OLD BABY


Three women were burnt beyond recognition when two vehicles collided head-on along the Ganyesa and Vryburg Road in the Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District. The vehicles burst into flames immediately after the collision, making it difficult to rescue passengers who were trapped. The MEC for the Department of Community Safety and Transport Management, Sello Lehari passed condolences to the bereaved families.

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23 October 2020

“THE TIME TO END TAXI VIOLENCE IS NOW”, SAYS MEC LEHARI IN CLOSING PROVINCIAL LEKGOTLA


The violence that characterises the taxi industry should end and should end now. This is the message from the MEC for the Department of Community Safety and Transport Management Sello Lehari. He was speaking on the second and last day of the Provincial Taxi Lekgotla held in Rustenburg. The lekgotla is part of build-up to the National taxi lekgotla to be held next week in Gauteng. The Provincial was opened by Minister Fikile Mbalula yesterday and was closed by Premier Professor Job Mokgoro. MEC Lehari decried the morass that the taxi industry found itself in.

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05 October 2020

'WE HOPE AND PRAY FOR MOJALEFA’S SAFE RETURN' - SAYS MEC LEHARI


The Moleme family in Swartdam outside Makapanstad is appealing to anyone with information to assist the police to find their abducted son Mojalefa. The 39 year old businessman was allegedly abducted from his house on Sunday last week and has not been seen since.

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