Western Cape Transport Minister, Daylin Mitchell, says 86 newly trained traffic officers in the province will make roads safer.
Mitchell congratulated the new officers during the launch of the provinces safer festive season campaign in Brackenfell.
He says the officers will increase capacity on major routes.
“This group of enthusiastic, competent officers standing here today has been through a demanding, year-long accredited training course to complete the required Further Education and Training Certificate: Road Traffic Law Enforcement Course. All of these graduates deserve our applause on their success as well as for the contribution that they will be making to ensure a safer society for all in the Western Cape
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