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Posts Tagged ‘KZN Department of Transport’

  • KZN Department of Transport engaged with senior management officials to examine a plan regarding Gender-Based Violence, Taxi Violence, All Truck Drivers Foundation (ATDF) and political killings within the province

    Jul 7, 2020 • NewsComments Off on KZN Department of Transport engaged with senior management officials to examine a plan regarding Gender-Based Violence, Taxi Violence, All Truck Drivers Foundation (ATDF) and political killings within the province

    MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison, Bheki Ntuli engaged with SAPS and Department of Community Safety and Liaison senior management officials to examine a Provincial Turn-around Plan regarding Gender-Based Violence, Taxi Violence, All Truck...

  • MEC Ntuli leads Driving School Fumigation & Sanitisation

    Jun 25, 2020 • NewsComments Off on MEC Ntuli leads Driving School Fumigation & Sanitisation

    It is with great honour and privilege that I stand before you today on this significant occasion. As the Department of Transport, we are here today to pledge our support to your campaign and efforts of ensuring that all vehicles utilised by learner drivers in...

  • MEC Ntuli meets grief-stricken families of 9 crash victims

    Jun 15, 2020 • News, TransportComments Off on MEC Ntuli meets grief-stricken families of 9 crash victims

    KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Transport, Community Safety, and Liaison, Bheki Ntuli together with Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Ms Nomalungelo Gina, Umkhanyakude District Mayor, Cllr Solomon Mkhombo and Jozini Local Municipality Mayor, Cllr Delani Mabika...

  • Scenes of jubilation were witnessed today as premier Sihle Zikalala opens M4 Ruth first to traffic after six months of closure

    Jun 12, 2020 • Road, TransportComments Off on Scenes of jubilation were witnessed today as premier Sihle Zikalala opens M4 Ruth first to traffic after six months of closure

    KwaZulu-Natal Premier, Sihle Zikalala together with the MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison, Bheki Ntuli, and Ethekwini Municipality Mayor, Cllr Mxolisi Kaunda today Friday, 12 June 2020, officially re-opened M4 Ruth First Highway to traffic. The...

  • M4 to be re-opened after six months of closure

    Jun 5, 2020 • Construction, Road, Road WorksComments Off on M4 to be re-opened after six months of closure

    The M4 Ruth First Highway, in Durban, will officially be re-opened next week after it was closed for six months following heavy floods last year. Tabling his 2020/2021 budget policy statement virtually to Members of the Provincial Legislature MEC for...

  • KZN Law Enforcement Agencies arrest over 1000 people

    Apr 3, 2020 • RoadComments Off on KZN Law Enforcement Agencies arrest over 1000 people

    A total of 1443 people spent the past few days of the national lockdown behind bars after they were arrested by KwaZulu-Natal law enforcement agencies during raids and roadblocks held across the province as part of clamping down on lawlessness. Speaking...

  • MEC Ntuli meets families of 4 victims of fatal Blood River crash

    Mar 20, 2020 • Accidents, NewsComments Off on MEC Ntuli meets families of 4 victims of fatal Blood River crash

    After several weeks of DNA testing to authenticate the remains of eight people who were burnt beyond recognition in a horror accident in Blood River earlier this year, MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison, Mr Bheki Ntuli, today met families of four...

  • District Road D9

    Feb 19, 2020 • Road WorksComments Off on District Road D9

    District Road D9 is located at Makhathini Flats in the Jozini Local Municipality providing direct access from P449 to the experimental farm under the Umkhanyakude District Municipality. It traverses through two tribal authorities, namely, those of Inkosi...

  • MAIN ROAD P415

    Dec 18, 2019 • RoadComments Off on MAIN ROAD P415

    Main Road 415 is located from Mandeni to Tugela Mouth, in the Mandeni Local Municipality, in the Ilembe District. The project entailed the upgrading of 4.29 kilometres from existing gravel to blacktop standards. This road serves the local communities by...

  • KZN provincial campaign aims to improve visible signage and create awareness on the importance of road signage

    Oct 9, 2017 • Advice, Construction, NewsComments Off on KZN provincial campaign aims to improve visible signage and create awareness on the importance of road signage

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison, Mr. Mxolisi Kaunda unveiled a provincial campaign aimed at creating awareness on the importance of road signage today (08 October 2017). MEC Kaunda participated in the mounting of signage on...