News and Speeches for Department of Transport and Public Works

N7 Malmesbury – Alternative route between Bokomo and Darling Road

31 July 2018

The South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) would like to inform the public of alternative routes to accommodate traffic between Bokomo and Darling Roads in Malmesbury. Read More

Provincial Participatory Education Techniques Open Day

31 July 2018

On Saturday 28 July 2018, teams of Grade 10 and 11 learners from three Western Cape schools participated in the annual Provincial Participatory Education Techniques (PET) Open Day at Gene Louw Traffic College ( Read More

Examiner of Vehicles (EOV) training achievements

31 July 2018

During the first six months of 2018, Gene Louw Traffic College (GLTC) trained a total of 24 students for the Examin Read More

Examiner for Driving Licence training achievements

31 July 2018

During the first six months of 2018, Gene Louw Traffic College trained a total of 27 students in two groups for the Examiner for Driving Licences (EDL) qualification. Read More

Traffic officers graduate from Gene Louw Traffic College

30 July 2018

Thirty-one new graduates of Gene Louw Traffic College are looking forward to starting work at various provincial traffic centres and in municipalities on 1 August 2018. Read More

Nowhere to hide for drunk drivers

27 July 2018

The Department of Transport and Public Works supports the City of Cape Town in the fight against drunk driving. Read More

Brand new Louwville High School receives architectural award

26 July 2018

Statement by Donald Grant, Minister of Transport and Public Works Read More

Minister Grant to visit award-winning Louwville High School in Vredenburg

25 July 2018

Tomorrow, 26 July 2018, Minister of Transport and Public Works, Donald Grant, will visit the brand new Louwville High School in Vredenburg for a tour of the state-of-the-art school. Read More

Dorp Street Clinic refurbished

25 July 2018

The Department of Transport and Public Works completed the refurbishment of the Dorp Street Clinic in May 2018 at a cost of R2,96 million. Read More

Good progress with reconstruction of Chrysalis Academy bush camp

20 July 2018

The Department of Transport and Public Works (DTPW) is making good progress with building four bush camp chalets and a main hall at the Chrysalis Academy, Tokai. Read More

GLTC visit Kraaifontein Community Health Clinic

19 July 2018

Gene Louw Traffic College visit Kraaifontein Community Health Clinic , for their 67 minutes. Read More

Teaching and training road safety habits on Madiba Day

18 July 2018

On 18 July 2018, staff members of the Directorate: Road Safety Management in the Department of Transport and Public Works (DTPW) spent 67 minutes teaching learners from Imvumelwano Primary School in Kraaifontein how to use the Read More

Good progress on major N1 upgrade

13 July 2018

A R487 million Department of Transport and Public Works project to upgrade a section of the N1 between Plattekloof Road and Old Oak Interchange is 58% complete. Read More

Consider a career in traffic law enforcement

9 July 2018

Are you driven to make the Western Cape’s roads safer for all road users? Are you not older than 35? Are you willing to work in one of the province’s smaller traffic centres? Read More

Career Opportunity

6 July 2018

A career opportunity awaits successful candidates at the  Read More

Good progress on Grabouw/ Villiersdorp roadworks project

5 July 2018

Good progress is being made on a Department of Transport and Public Works (DTPW) project to reseal the R45 and R321 between Villiersdorp and Grabouw. Read More

Minister Grant visits construction projects at Groote Schuur Hospital

4 July 2018

On 3 July 2018, Minister of Transport and Public Works Donald Grant and officials conducted oversight visits to the newly renovated neonatal and ultrasound departments, and the under-construction Observatory Forensic Pathology Read More