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    Gauteng embarks on phased reopening of DLTCs

    The Gauteng Provincial Government has resumed with the phased reopening of Driver’s License Testing Centres (DLTCs) in the province following their closure due to the COVID-19 lockdown regulations.

    MEC for Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure Jacob Mamabolo has also expressed his satisfaction with measures put in place to protect employees and clients against possible exposure to Covid-19 and other health risks.

    The MEC further commended the municipalities and the Road Traffic Management Corporation for the instrumental role they played in working with the Department on the risk-adjusted approach to the reopening of the DLTCs.

    "With the gradual reopening of the DLTCs, it is important for members of the public to note that priority will be given to applicants who have confirmed bookings and that there will be no walk-ins, only applicants with valid online booking reference numbers will be allowed onto the premises of centres.

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