Oct. 24, 2022


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Transport ministry suspends services for a week

Transport ministry suspends services for a week

Story highlights

    Services suspended in five southern region districts
    Things are back to normal in the remaining districts

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THE Traffic and Transport Department under the Ministry of Transport has suspended some basic services for this week as its employees are undergoing special training in five of the country’s 10 districts.

The districts affected include Mafeteng, Mohale’s Hoek, Thaba-Tseka, Quthing, and Qacha’s Nek.

Services that include car registration along with other revenue facilities shall not be available starting from Tuesday until Friday.

“The Ministry of Transport wishes to remind the public that services like car registration shall not be available in the southern region of the country starting from the 25 October until Friday, October 28. Reasons for this inconvenience are that public servants shall be undergoing a special training that is intended to strengthen their capabilities,” the ministry said in a statement. 

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The ministry last week held similar training in the other five districts and services are now back to normal starting on Monday this week.

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