Feb

Motor vehicle examiner arrested for fraud

2014-02-20 07:43
The RTMC has a new CEO. He is Advocate Makhosini Msibi who, at a recent strategy meeting attended by various stakeholders including FleetWatch, spoke of combating crime and corruption. Good to see he’s walking the talk.

The Road Traffic Management Corporation’s National Anti-Corruption Unit, following information received from the public and after intensive investigation, has arrested a motor vehicle examiner for fraud. The arrest took place at the Quality Testing Station in Kwa-Thema in the Eastern Cape.

The examiner was arrested for issuing two roadworthiness certificates to vehicles that were not roadworthy. Both vehicles were found to have numerous faults when retested, including faulty brakes.

The Road Traffic Management Corporation has called on the public to be vigilant and report any corruption or fraudulent activities they may witness or be confronted with. Active participation by the public in fighting corruption at Driving Licence Testing Centres will ensure that our roads become safer.

Report corruption and bad driving on 0861 400 800 or email ntacu@rtmc.co.za.

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