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13 February 2018

MEC DR. MOTLHABANE HANDS OVER 20 NEW VEHICLES TO TRAFFIC OFFICERS AS A WAY TO LAUNCH THE FEBRUARY SAFETY MONTH


The February Month is officially declared as Safety and Security Focus month, to, amongst others things, encourage and foster the spirit of volunteerism in our communities, especially among the youth. It is in the February month when government heightens community focused awareness campaigns. read more+


09 February 2018

MEC Motlhabane to hand over new traffic cars and put new badges on recently promoted law enforcement officers


The departmental MEC will hand over more than 20 marked vehicles to the Provincial Traffic Stations in the Province with an aim of increasing traffic visibility mostly in major roads of the Province. This will go along with recognition of 12 law enforcement officers who have been recently promoted within the ranks of traffic in the Department. read more+


08 February 2018

MEC Motlhabane to encourage the spirit of volunteerism during Safety Month


In ensuring an involvement of the public specifically young people in the fight against crime, the Community Safety and Transport Management MEC, Dr Mpho Motlhabane will encourage the spirit of volunteerism during the safety and security month. read more+


07 February 2018

MEC Motlhabane expresses satisfaction with the construction of Kgomotso Registering authority


North West motorists living on the borders of the Province and Northern Cape are expected to receive vehicle registering services sooner than the time frame scheduled upon appointment of the contractor for the construction of the Kgomotso Registering Authority. read more+


11 January 2018

Suspect arrested for traffic learnership scam


North West Community Safety and Transport Management MEC, Dr Mpho Motlhabane cautions people against bogus learnership recruitment. It has come to attention of the Department that a scam is currently underway in which suspects demand an amount of R3 000 or so from young people around Mahikeng in a pretext to recruit them and afford them access the Road Traffic Management training advertised by the department in 2017. read more+


09 January 2018

20 unemployed youth to commence 12 months training for traffic


Community Safety and Transport Management MEC, Dr Mpho Motlhabane encouraged the 20 unemployed youth to work hard in completing their 12 months training course on Road Traffic Management. read more+


08 January 2018

NW MEC Motlhabane expressed his heartfelt condolences to the family of 7 deceased


North West Community Safety and Transport Management MEC Mpho Motlhabane says the loss of 7 people who died on the R503 road between Mahikeng and Lichtenburg on Sunday was an unfortunate incident which came at the time the traffic flow has decreased. read more+


04 January 2018

SCHOLAR TRANSPORT READY FOR SCHOOLS REOPENING SAYS HOD BOTLHALE MOFOKENG


The Head of Department of Community Safety and Transport Management Ms Botlhale Mofokeng met with the newly appointed CEO of North West Transport Investment (NTI) Ms Bukeka Mahlutshane and CEO of Learner Transport Mr Gideon Wessie yesterday at Rustenburg Traffic station boardroom. The meeting was to discuss and come up with innovative strategies to improve scholar transport services, and deal with challenges that were met last year. read more+


20 December 2017

Department recognize and awarded its employees for excellent services


Employees for Department of Community Safety and Transport Management were gathered at Parys on 14 December 2017 to receive OR Tambo Excellence and Long Service Awards. This year’s award was under the theme “Life and Legacy of OR TAMBO 100 years”. read more+


20 December 2017

ROAD ACCIDENT KILLS FIVE FOREIGN NATIONALS


On Saturday 16 December 2017 a Toyota Land Cruiser and VW Polo collided head-on, on N14 road between Delareyville and Vryburg. It is alleged that the Land Cruiser was travelling from Vryburg to Delareyville while the Polo was traveling from Delareyville to Vryburg when the two collided and Land Cruiser caught fire. Four (4) occupants in the Polo died instantly at the accident scene and the fifth one died on Sunday 17 December in Joe Morolong Hospital at Vryburg. The deceased are all foreign nationals from Ethopia and between the age of 31 and 54. read more+


12 December 2017

MEC Motlhabane to recognize employees who have gone an extra mile in ensuring the Department on its mandate with limited resources in the memory of OR Tambo.


Community Safety and Transport Management MEC, Dr Mokgantshang Motlhabane will in the memory of OR Tambo recognize employees who have gone an extra mile in ensuring that the Department is continuously achieving its mandate with limited resources, this will also include those once off incidents that could not be rewarded through the PMDS processes. read more+


12 December 2017

MEC Motlhabane to rollout festive operations and welcome newly recruited traffic officers


Community Safety and Transport Management MEC, Dr Mpho Motlhabane will officially rollout the 2017 festive road safety operations and SAPS When Duty Calls to create a crime and incident free festive season in Bokone Bophirima. read more+


06 December 2017

MEC Motlhabane to lead 1000 delegates on dialogue against Gender Based violence in Ganyesa


As part of the 16 days of activist for no violence against women and children, the Community Safety and Transport Management MEC, Dr Mpho Motlhabane will launch the Dialogue on Gender Based Violence and Protection of Vulnerable Groups. read more+


30 November 2017

Transport Minister officially hands over bicycles to learners and leads Road Safety activation in Mahikeng


The Minister of Transport, Mr Joe Maswanganyi, together with the MEC for Community Safety and Transport Management in the North West, Dr. M N Motlhabane will, on Friday, 1st December 2017 officially hand over bicycles to learners from Lokaleng Middle School in Mahikeng in the North West province. read more+


28 November 2017

ANTI-SEXUAL OFFENCE CAMPAIGN TAKEN TO CHURCHES


The incidence of sexual offence against women and children is a real problem in our communities and it is committed by people that ought to love and protect. The Department of Community Safety and Transport Management's Crime Prevention unit together with the Boitekong SAPS yesterday, 26 November 2017, visited the Uniting Reformed Church of South Africa in Boitekong Township, Rustenburg. read more+


20 November 2017

South Africa to host Botswana and Namibia to strengthen TKC relations


South Africa through the Department of Transport will host Botswana and Namibia from 19-26 November 2017, to strengthen relations and improve Cross Border transactions and Customs Operations along the Trans Kalahari Corridor (TKC). read more+


14 November 2017

‘We Need to Expand our Transport Networks and Create a Crime-free Environment if we are to Lure Investors into Bokone Bophirima’ – says MEC Motlhabane


Community Safety and Transport MEC, Dr Mpho Motlhabane called on communities, businesses, transport operators, SMME’s, oversight committees and all law enforcement agencies in the Province to work together towards the expansion of transport networks and creating a crime, greed and corruption free environment. read more+


07 November 2017

Transport Investment and Safety Lekgotla set to revive the transport sector in NW


As an initiative to strengthen working relations with the transport industry and stakeholders, The Department of Community Safety and Transport Management will host the Transport Investment and Safety Lekgotla which aims to identify economic spinoffs within transport industry. read more+



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