Activities continue on Florida Road after a successful Easter Weekend

Last week, the Florida Road UIP’s cleaning, greening, and maintenance team did great work cleaning the service lanes, weeding gardens, and removing outdated signage boards. The eTM Parks Department cut overgrown green areas at the 7th Avenue substation and the…
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EXTENSION FOR THE VALIDITY PERIOD OF LICENSES AND PERMITS REQUIRED IN TERMS OF NRTA, ACT 93 OF 1996 AND THE NATIONAL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATIONS 2000

Kindly be advised that says that according to the Government Gazette, 43958, all learner’s licences, driving licence cards, temporary driving licences and professional driving permits that expired during the period that commenced from 26 March 2020 up to and including…
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The risk of alien invasive plants and how our precincts manage them

South Africa’s Department of Environmental Affairs defines invasive alien plants as species that are exotic, non-indigenous or non-native to an ecosystem. Due to the lack of natural enemies and the resistance to local diseases, these plants tend to spread aggressively…
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Successful GOBY environmental initiative demonstrates increased plastic recycling awareness…. but where does the plastic go?

In mid-January uMhlanga Rocks’ whalebone pier became the latest site for GOBY, the 5m long steel fish that aims to reduce marine plastic pollution by encouraging people to dispose their plastic bottles into the structure. With 70kgs of plastic collected…
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Body worn cameras – how do they fit into and enhance our public space security?

Body worn cameras are small video recording devices attached to a patrolling security officer’s clothing, helmet or sunglasses. For the officer, the device can capture video and audio recordings like arrests, searches, interrogations, and critical incidents. Having body worn cameras…
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