Emfuleni News

Stringent Measures against Traffic Offenders

Traffic Officer stopping a motorist during Operation Vuthela2010 - Traffic offenders can expect no mercy for drinking and driving, speeding, non-wearing of seatbelts, vehicle roadworthiness, driver fitness and moving offences over a four month period. Traffic stakeholders are geared up to actively decrease the carnage on Emfuleni's roads by focusing on some of the critical offences which cause deaths and injuries.

The Arrive Alive campaign in Emfuleni was officially launched on the 26th November 2010 under the theme “Operation Vuthela” by the Manager of Public Safety, Mr. Aaron Makhubu, as the largest co-ordinated action ever taken against offenders on roads. This campaign is part of the Provincial Government's plan to drastically decrease road deaths and injuries in the province.

Premier Nomvula Mokonyane launches maize triangle

Gauteng premier and four members of her executive council2010 - Gauteng premier and four members of her executive council launched maize triangle before the packed farming communities living in ward (25) of Emfuleni municipality. The launch is part of the premier commitment to alleviate the plight of rural areas, and revitalization of agriculture as a viable sector of the Gauteng economy as highlighted in the recently launched Employment, Growth Development strategy.

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