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12 April 2018

MEC Motlhabane concerned on the rate of road deaths in NW

Community Safety and Transport Management MEC, Dr Mpho Motlhabane raised a concern about deaths reported in the Province in the past two days. read more+

11 April 2018

8 people died and 5 burned beyond recognition when barkie collided with mini bus

Eight people died and 5 of them burned beyond recognition when a barkie collided with a minibus between Derby and Ventersdorp last night. read more+

11 April 2018

MEC Motlhabane condemns barricading of roads and disruptions of service delivery during protests

The North West Community Safety and Transport Management MEC, Dr Mpho Motlhabane condemns with strongest terms the barricading of roads and stoning of vehicles during protests. read more+

03 April 2018

Easter Road Safety Arrive Alive Major Multipurpose Roadblock at Marikana Hit the Right Note as Road Carnages Remain Low

The Easter Holidays are being commemorated countrywide annually around this time of the year; this is the time when most of the people who are working far away or outside the Province are coming home to reunite with their families and loved ones. Many church goers are in transit in and across Bokone Bophirima Province to their various religious pilgrimages hence the traffic escalation and high volume of traffic during the Easter Holidays. read more+

28 March 2018

MEC Motlhabane Condemns Rampant Business Robbery Where at RTMC Chair Adv Majavu Got Shot at

North West MEC Motlhabane for Community Safety and Transport Management has learned with shock and disbelief the reports that Adv Zola Majavu was shot at as he walked into a business robbery where he was a patron. read more+

23 March 2018

MEC Motlhabane to Participate in the Annual Taung Ward 20, Reconciliation, Healing and Renewal (RHR) Program

The community of Ward 20 in Greater Taung Local Municipality will embark on their annual Reconciliation, Healing and Renewal program. MEC for Community safety and transport Management, Dr. Mpho Motlhabane is not only from this community but has officially been allocated this constituency to serve. It is on this basis that MEC Motlhabane will take an active part on the day by leading the cleansing and wreath laying as well as address the crime issues afflicting the community. read more+

20 March 2018

MEC Motlhabane calls for calm and stability in Gopane village

The North West Community Safety and Transport Management MEC, Dr Mpho Motlhabane heartily appeals to the community of Gopane to calm down and allow the South African Police Service to thoroughly conduct investigations on the reported cases. read more+

16 March 2018

MEC Motlhabane in Partnership and Integrated Approach in Dealing with Gangsterism in Bloemhof

In an effort to address challenges of gangsterism in Bloemhof, in the Lekwa-Teemane Local Municipality, the Community Safety and Transport Management MEC, Dr Mpho Motlhabane will lead government departments and stakeholders that are intervening in an an integrated approach to the challenges of gangterism in Bloemhof. read more+

06 March 2018

Excitement as MEC Motlhabane Bids Farewell to the Last 20 of the 40 RTM Learnership Candidates Heading to Traffic College

The department has embarked on a vigorous annual recruitment drive for traffic learnership candidates. This recruitment is not only aimed at increasing the visibility of traffic officers on the national and rural roads within the province but also meant to realise a decrease in the accidents, especially halving the fatal accidents on the roads of Bokone Bophirima. This is in line with the 2020 Road Safety strategy, a 'Decade of Road Safety, 2011 to 2020'. read more+

13 February 2018


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


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+

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