News and Speeches for Gene Louw Traffic College | Western Cape Government

News and Speeches for Gene Louw Traffic College

Handover of specialised BMWs to enhance WC Provincial Traffic

12 September 2023

Media release by Ricardo Mackenzie, Western Cape Minister of Mobility Safety boost for WC, Minister Mackenzie hands over specialised BMWs to Provincial Traffic   Read More

Road Safety Debate and Participatory Education Technique (PET)

1 August 2023

Media release by Ricardo Mackenzie, Western Cape Minister of Mobility 30 July 2023 Minister Mackenzie congratulates winners of high school Road Safety competition Read More

Speeding arrests by Provincial Traffic Services

1 August 2023

  1 August 2023 Mobility Department News Read More

Youth Day Expo at CTICC

20 June 2023

Gene Louw Traffic College (GLTC) participated in the Cape Town International Convention Centre's (CTICC) Youth Day Expo last week. The team exhibited the institution's training opportunities. Read More

Beware of fake Western Cape Government job and training advertisements

2 June 2023

The Western Cape Government will never ask any person to pay to apply for a job. It never uses WhatsApp messages or emails from Gmail accounts to advertise jobs or training opportunities. Read More

Newly appointed Traffic Chiefs

1 June 2023

We want to congratulate four newly appointed Western Cape Traffic Chiefs. Read More

Media Release - Fatal Road Accident

31 May 2023

30 May 2023   Fatal road accident tragically claims lives of five school children   Read More

Mobility Minister launches Online Portal for Public Transport Licensing

25 April 2023

One of the first words of our Minister of Mobility, Ricardo Mackenzie, was that we hit the road running. His words are faithful to all the hard work each employee is doing. Read More

Illegal selling of diplomas and certificates

13 April 2023

Recently, messages have been circulating to claim you can obtain a Traffic Officer Diploma for a fee without attending any classes or writing an examination. The Western Cape Government will never ask any person to pay to receive a diploma or... Read More

Western Cape Mobility Department - Free Vehicle Fitness Testing

2 April 2023

Western Cape Mobility Department invites you to bring your vehicle for a FREE Vehicle Fitness Test, at Read More

Jacqueline Tweedie is appointed as Head of Gene Louw Traffic College

1 December 2022

Today, 1 December 2022, for the first time, a woman has been appointed as Head of Read More

Wreath laying ceremony

12 October 2022

On 10 October 2022, the Chief Directorate: Traffic Management chose to honour officials who had passed away while in service. Read More

Festive Season at Gene Louw Traffic College

16 December 2021


87 traffic officers graduate from Gene Louw Traffic College

15 December 2021

After an arduous 12 months of training, 87 newly qualified traffic officers graduated at a ceremony held on 13 December 2021 at Gene Louw Traffic College (GLTC) in Cape Town. Read More

Traffic Officer Graduation - Live Broadcast

10 December 2021

Join us with a live broadcast of our Traffic Officer Graduation, 2021. The proceedings will start at 11:00 on 13 December 2021. Read More

Career Opportunity - Traffic Officer Western Cape

18 September 2021

Career Opportunity. Western Cape, Department of Transport and Public Works is presenting an opportunity to become a Traffic Officer.  Read More

Traffic Officer Career Opportunity

9 October 2020

You can now apply to study for the 2021/22 Further Education and Training (FET) Certificate: Road Traffic Law Enforcement at Gene Louw Traffic College (GLTC), Brackenfell, Cape Town. If you successfully complete this 12-month training course, you... Read More

One Chief Director retires, another takes his place

5 August 2020

On Friday 31 July 2020 Kenneth Africa, Chief Director: Traffic Management, retired after 46 years of public service. Read More

President Cyril Ramaphosa visits Gene Louw Traffic College

8 June 2020

Gene Louw Traffic College had the privilege of hosting a presentation of the Red Dot initiative, a collaboration between the Western Cape Government and the minibus taxi industry to provide critical transport services as part Read More