BREAKING NEWS
 

This year’s annual commemoration of Women’s Month and Women’s Day will be held under the theme: 25 Years of Democracy: Growing South Africa Together for Women’s Emancipationand coincides with the country’s celebration of 25 Years of Freedom and Democracy. 

Furthermore, this Women’s Month takes place alongside the 65th anniversary of the Founding Conference of the Federation of South African Women which adopted the 1954 Women’s Charter.

The Call-To-Action for this year’s campaign is “What Women Want” born out of the 2019 Women's Month theme and seeks to identify multifaceted issues affecting today’s women from all sectors, race, statures and age. Through this campaign, we want to encourage boldness in women, to state without any fear, what they really want.  #WhatWomenWant

 
   WHAT'S NEW
Entry Form for the 2018/2019 Premier's Service Excellence Awards (PSEA)
Motor Vehicle Registration & Licencing Function at Certain Post Offices Temporarily Unavailable
MEC Kaunda vows to intensify learner transport law enforcement operations (20/08/2019)
MEC Kaunda commits tough action on errant motorists and applauds women in law enforcement for successful operations over the weekend (19/08/2019)
MEC Kaunda calls on urgent review of all constitutions of taxi associations in KZN in a bid to end conflict and bloodshed (15/08/2019)
Fact Sheet on Central Supply Database (CSD)
Fact Sheet on e-Tenders

   DEPARTMENTAL PUBLICATIONS
Easter Safety Launch 2018 Pamphlet (English) (isiZulu)
100 Days in Office (English) (isiZulu)
BBBEE Compliance Certificate
Revised Annual Performance Plan 2019/2020
Annual Performance Plan (2019/2020 – 2021/2022)
  Technical Indicators: Addendum to the Strategic Plan (2015-2020) and Annual Performance Plan (2018/2019 – 2020/2021)
Annual Report: 2017/2018
Budget Speech: 2019/2020
Budget Speech Brochure 2018/2019
Promotion of Access to Information (PAIA) Manual (English) (isiZulu) (Afrikaans)
Strategic Plan 2015/2016 - 2019/2020
Service Commitment Charter
Service Delivery Improvement Plan 2015/16 to 2017/18
Service Delivery Achievements in Department of Transport 2009-2014

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TO REPORT SUSPECTED ACTS OF CORRUPTION IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE, CALL THE TOLL FREE HOTLINE AT 0800 701 701. LINES ARE OPEN 24 HOURS.

 

MEC

Mr. Mxolisi Kaunda
MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison


Call: 086 221 1010


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