Rustenburg – Law breakers operating on the Trans Kalahari Corridor (TKC) were in for a major surprise when the TKC joint law enforcement operation kicked off a three-day operation between Rustenburg and Pretoria.
They issued 479 summonses to defaulting motorists worth an estimated value of R300,000 on the weekend of 31 August to 2 September.
The TKC consists of South Africa, Namibia and Botswana task team members. According to Segodi Mogotsi, director for corridor management at the National Department of Transport, the corridor is a conduit for economic growth and development for the entire region.
The TKC national committee’s Rebaone Moeng, told Platinum Weekly that owing to the success of the South African operation, the country’s team of traffic officers was on its way to Namibia to host a similar operation from 9 to 16 September.
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