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    Please note that applications without all the relevant supporting documents as prescribed above will not be considered.

    The RTIA is an equal opportunity employer and is seeking to balance the employment equity profile. The Agency is thus strongly encouraging applicants from the following designated groups; Indians, Coloureds, Whites, unemployed youth, females and people living with disabilities to apply.


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    With the amended Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) regulations including the introduction of a points-based licence demerit system for traffic offences, which will come into effect July 2022, it’s worthwhile knowing how this will work.

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