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    Hotspot Prayer for Safer Roads in Mandeni

    The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) in partnership with the Mandeni Local Municipality
    and the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport will conclude a four-day campaign on AARTO
    Education with the Hotspot Prayer for safer roads.

    In attendance will be the Mandeni Local Municipality Mayor, Cllr Thabani Mdlalose, Deputy Mayor
    Cllr P.M Sishi and the Speaker B.L Magwaza together with the local law enforcement leadership.

    The Road Traffic Infringement Agency’s (RTIA) objectives include positively changing the behaviour
    of road users so that they are all safe on the road. This contributes towards the realisation of one of
    the intentions of the National Development Plan to ensure that all South Africans are safe and secure.

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