The rules state all drivers and learners licences, licence discs and momentary permits that expired throughout the lockdown are legitimate and prolonged for 3 months from 1 June.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has gazetted new rules coming into impact on Thursday, which can see licence testing stations, car registration and testing centres resume operations from June.
The gazetted amended rules got here because the nation prepares to enter into degree three lockdown, EWN experiences.
The rules state all drivers and learner’s licences, licence discs and momentary permits that expired throughout the lockdown are legitimate and prolonged for 3 months from 1 June.
This additionally consists of motor commerce quantity licences that expired throughout the identical interval are nonetheless thought-about legitimate and are prolonged for six months from 20 May.
The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) stated the sector should observe strict hygiene and social distancing and will flip away any prospects who aren’t sporting face masks.
The minister will make an announce on Friday of recent Covid-19 instructions focused at driving licence testing centres and examine their readiness to function.
TRANSPORT MINISTER INSPECTS DRIVING LICENSING TESTING CENTRE READINESS FOR OPERATION @MbalulaFikile will tomorrow announce new COVID19 instructions associated to the DLTC & examine their readiness to function.
22 May 2020
Centurion Licensing Centre, Nellmapius Dr, Irene pic.twitter.com/9QAfo6GN3u
— MEDIA LIAISON | Esethu Hasane (@EsethuOnDuty) May 21, 2020
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