News and Speeches for Department of Community Safety

Traffic Law Enforcement Out in Full Force

12 June 2010

The first weekend of the 2010 World Cup soccer tournament saw an increase in traffic on Western Cape roads with law enforcement authorities out in full force to clamp down on those breaking the law.  Read More

Media Invitation to Join MEC Max at Safely Home Checkpiont

7 June 2010

The media is invited to join Western Cape Community Safety MEC, Lennit Max, and law enforcement officials from provincial traffic, local traffic and South African Police Services (SAPS) at a Safely Home checkpoint on the N1 near Worcester at 1pm... Read More

Ministers Launch Safely Home Fatigue Management Campaign

5 June 2010

To highlight the risks of fatigue while driving Minister of Community Safety, Advocate Lennit Max and Minister of Transport, Robin Carlisle, this weekend launched a two month Safely Home Fatigue Management Campaign on provincial roads. Read More

MEC to Congratulate New Traffic Officer at Graduation Day Parade

2 June 2010

Western Cape Community Safety MEC, Lennit Max, will tomorrow (Friday, 4 June 2010) address and congratulate sixty three (63) learners of the Gene Louw Traffic College at their graduation day parade. Read More

Media Alert: Launch of Safely Home Fatigue Management Campaign

2 June 2010

Under the banner of the Western Cape's Safely Home Campaign, the Department of Community Safety together with the Department of Transport will launch a two month provincial Fatigue Management Campaign tomorrow night (Friday 4 June, 2010). Read More

Safely Home's Cell-Phone and Seatbelt Focus is Paying Off Says MEC Max

1 June 2010

An intensified Back-to-Basics focus on road safety by provincial and city authorities over the last three months has seen thousands of motorists fined for talking on cell-phones while driving and for not wearing their seatbelts. Read More