Non compliant motorists feel the pinch of law during Thuntsha Lerole law enforcement operation.

Law enforcement agencies sealed all entry points of Kanana location in Klerksdorp to stamp authority and ensure total compliance on the road.

During a joint law enforcement operation between Provincial, Municipal Traffic, South African Police Service (SAPS)and Department of Home Affairs (Customs), road users were engaged on safety awareness and those found not complying with regulations where punished according to prescripts.

Following the hardwork of dedicated law enforcement officers,114 vehicles were stopped and checked, 9 unlicensed drivers fined, 13 expired and failure to display licence disc as well as 5 warrant of arrests issued. Five foreign nationals mostly from Lesotho were also arrested for failing to produce documentations.

As part of the operation, road users further received road safety education through awareness campaigns.

This was part of the Thuntsha Lerole, Accelerated Service Delivery Programme (ASDP), that took place in the Dr Kenneth Kaunda District Municipality on Wednesday.

Thuntsha Lerole is currently being rolled out to local municipalities across the province, where various departments and state-owned entities, working together with the local and district municipalities, are responding to service delivery challenges in a coordinated and integrated approach.

The ASDP also forms part of government’s District Development Model (DDM) which is an integration of development plans and programmes by all spheres of government to deliver services to communities.

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