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Mbalula gives the all clear at Sandton Licensing and Testing Station

MARLBORO – According to Minister Mbalula, the gradual reopening of the economy meant that people would return more to work and more businesses would open.

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula on 11 June inspected the lockdown regulations implemented at the Sandton Licensing and Testing Station in Marlboro.

Accompanied by Gauteng MEC of Transport and Infrastructure Jacob Mamabolo, the minister observed the social distancing and sanitisation measures.

According to Mbalula, the gradual reopening of the economy meant that more people would return to work and more businesses would open.

“This translated to more vehicles, for public transport, for business and for private use on our roads, thus increasing the demand for licensing of all types,” he said.

The minister added that as of 7 June, 58 per cent of Gauteng’s licensing departments attained readiness or compliance statuses for the resumption of services.

“We have checked adherence to these regulations here today and we are satisfied with the measures taken to protect those who work here and those who are coming here for all sorts of services,” said Mbalula.

 

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