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    No Criminal Record with AARTO

    AARTO was never designed to be a punitive system. It requires adherence to the set law timelines - that's compliance in terms of resolving AARTO infringements.

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    Career Expo - Ogies, Mpumalanga

    The Department of Transport and its state owned entities exposed learners of Makause Combined School in Ogies, Mpumalanga to transport career choices and bursaries offered by the Department and its entities.

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    AARTO Friday - Mahikeng

    The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA), North West Department of Community Safety & Transport Management
    and Mahikeng Local Municipality informed motorists and the general public of the two-day AARTO Roadshow activation
    programme.

    The two-fold programme started with a “Know Your AARTO Traffic Fine Status” campaign at the Mahikeng Driver
    Licence Testing Centre (DLTC) and a Taxi Rank activation at Bradford Long Distance Taxi Rank in Mahikeng
    CBD.

    The AARTO awareness programme started with a community prayer at the Danville circle
    R503 Lichtenburg road crash hotspot with Interfaith communities.

    The day’s community mobilisation interaction continued with the AARTO Friday activation programme. The RTIA has adopted the AARTO Friday campaign to
    take AARTO services closer to the road user community.


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