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Minister of Transport |Mr Fix

Today: 3,970 Traffic and metro officers deployed. Monitoring amongst others social distancing in public transport and ensuring that people STAY HOME.
AVIATION: yesterday •10 minibuses transported German nationals from Pretoria to OR Tambo International, who were to be repatriated back to Germany by their government. The convoy left Pretoria around 6pm.
•19,663 vehicles stopped and checked. •240 vehicles in Gauteng sent back for travelling between provinces without permits twitter.com/mbalulafikile/…
•128 roadblocks conducted throughout the country. twitter.com/mbalulafikile/…
LAW ENFORCEMENT: Yesterday •128 roadblocks conducted throughout the country •19,663 vehicles stopped and checked •240 vehicles in Gauteng sent back for travelling between provinces without permits
Rumble in The Jungle 💎Bill Withers invited by Hugh Masekela x Muhammad Ali having Breakfast in Kinshasa ,Zaire in 1974💎 Rest in Glory 🙏�29yR6
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UPDATE: German evacuation flights from both Cape Town and Johannesburg went well. Government is committed to facilitate the movement of foreign nationals who want to leave for their home country. Siyabadedela bahambe as we have been communicating. Cc @vuyo_mvoko
Without saying a lot, tell them my other favorite place is Mhlabauyalingana in northern KZN. Those who know will know you are telling the truth. 😂twitter.com/enghumbhini/st…l
No tweeps, there wasn’t blood in my vinegar. Sit down before you get into a Taxi 😂 Who picked this up ?w
Speaking on lockdown Regulations with Directives updating them. Public Transport Aviation #LockdownSA
#COVID19 | The Department of International Relations & Cooperation welcomes first group of South Africans repatriated from Dubai and Doha #CoronaVirusSA #Day8ofLockdown ✊🏿❤️🇿7Ys
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Mbalula says video of a ‘bustling Polokwane’ is fake, the real Polokwane is in lockdown bit.ly/2Xdtrnk
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Speaking on lockdown Regulations with Directives updating them. Public Transport Aviation #LockdownSA twitter.com/Newzroom405/st…
We have noted a number of fake social media posts making rounds creating an impression of general disregard of regulations. Be vigilant of videos circulated as it isn’t the situation on the ground. This video is allegedly Polokwane - this is false and has been reported
#COVID19 | INTERMINISTERIAL BRIEFING ON GOVERNMENT’S RESPONSE TO COVID-19 - STATEMENT BY THE TRANSPORT MINISTER @MbalulaFikile ON COVID-19 LOCKDOWN INTERVENTIONS #CoronaVirusSA #Day8ofLockdown
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We have noted a number of fake social media posts making rounds creating an impression of general disregard of lockdown regulations. Be vigilant of videos circulated as it isn’t the situation on the ground. twitter.com/mbalulafikile/…
PHOTOS: Minister @MbalulaFikile photo and that of other Ministers at the Press Conference by Ministers in the Economic Cluster this afternoon. #LockdownSA twitter.com/EsethuOnDuty/s…
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FULL STATEMENT: Minister @MbalulaFikile statement readout at the Press Conference by Ministers in the Economic Cluster this afternoon. #LockdownSA
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We have noted a number of fake social media posts making rounds creating an impression of general disregard of lockdown regulations. Our communities must be vigilant and continue to obey the lockdown rules as this is the only way to preserve life... twitter.com/mbalulafikile/…
As of tomorrow, 4 April 2020, public transport operating hours will return to the morning and afternoon peak times, with slight amendments, as follows: We had announced all day operations for Taxis last week to allow social grant beneficiaries to reach their services. twitter.com/mbalulafikile/…
•1 driver was caught trying to operate outside the permitted hours •32 e-hailing providers were caught carrying more passengers than permitted •56 minibus drivers failed to observe the maximum limit on passengers •2 operators attempted to provide cross-border transport twitter.com/MbalulaFikile/…
The following offences relating to public transport were recorded: •2 drivers failed to sanitise their vehicles after off-loading •10 drivers failed to wear masks •2 operators attempted long distance or inter-provincial travel twitter.com/mbalulafikile/…
Our law enforcement authorities prevented from entering or exiting provincial borders, without the requisite permits: 86 cars in Mpumalanga 24 cars in the Eastern Cape 231 cars in Gauteng twitter.com/MbalulaFikile/…
The following numbers were recorded in respect of our law enforcement initiatives yesterday: 146 Roadblocks were conducted 17 395 Vehicles were stopped Out law enforcement authorities prevented from entering or exiting provincial borders, without the requisite permits: twitter.com/mbalulafikile/…
We have further adjusted the Directive to allow the following categories of technical flights: twitter.com/mbalulafikile/…
Similarly, South African nationals may be repatriated back to the country provided they are in possession of paid flight tickets, and will be subjected to a mandatory quarantine for a period of up to 21 days. twitter.com/mbalulafikile/…
This Direction provides that foreign nationals may be repatriated back to their home countries provided that the foreign country charters an aircraft to South Africa without passengers, and that crew is not allowed to disembark. twitter.com/MbalulaFikile/…
THE MEDIA BRIEFING OF THE ECONOMIC CLUSTER ON COVID-19 LOCKDOWN INTERVENTIONS AT 16h00 ON 3 APRIL 2020 pscp.tv/w/cVXztjFXTEVS…
MINISTER OF TRANSPORT, @MbalulaFikile , ON THE OCCASION OF THE MEDIA BRIEFING OF THE ECONOMIC CLUSTER ON COVID-19 LOCKDOWN INTERVENTIONS AT 16h00 ON 3 APRIL 2020 #LockdownSA pscp.tv/w/cVXzLzFXTEVS…
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WATCH: Minister Mbalula address Press Briefing on Corona virus #LockdownSA pscp.tv/w/cVXzGTFXTEVS…
THREAD: Minister @MbalulaFikile’s address at the Media Briefing today. twitter.com/mbalulafikile/…
Similarly, South African nationals may be repatriated back to the country provided they are in possession of paid flight tickets, and will be subjected to a mandatory quarantine for a period of up to 21 days.
This Direction provides that foreign nationals may be repatriated back to their home countries provided that the foreign country charters an aircraft to South Africa without passengers, and that crew is not allowed to disembark.
Two days ago, we sent back a charter aircraft from Harare, Zimbabwe, which entered our airspace and landed at OR Tambo International without proper authorization. This is a matter that is being investigated. We have issued a Direction to this effect.
Our airspace remains closed to passenger flights, with exceptions made for authorized flights either repatriating foreign nationals or bringing South Africans stranded in foreign countries home.
This week we allowed buses and taxis to operate throughout the day in order to accommodate those who receive social grants. This concession expires at 20h00 this evening.
One of the key unintended consequences of the 9am cut-off time in the morning was that a significant number of people get left behind in shopping malls because some of the stores like pharmacies and banks only open at 9am.
The adjustment of capacity from 50% to 70% in respect of the taxi industry and morning operating times of buses and taxis from 09h00 to 10h00 is informed by material conditions on the ground.
It is rather unfortunate that others see this responsiveness as lowering the bar in the measures we have introduced. We remain firmly committed to ensuring that public transport across all modes does not become an area responsible for the spread of the virus.
As a country, we are in unchartered waters and are confronted by a situation with no precedent to learn from. This, in essence requires agility and responsiveness on our part, with a singular focus on arresting the spread of the pandemic.
Our country’s socio-economic dynamics require that we continuously evaluate the measures we put in place and make adjustments, where we believe we are not realizing the lockdown objectives.
We are under no illusion that public transport remains one of the highest risk areas in the spread of the pandemic, and our interventions must always seek to arrest the spread of the COVID 19 virus.
Over the last few days we had the occasion to take stock of our interventions since the start of the lockdown. This process included consultations with the transport industry and evaluating representations from various industry bodies.
@MbalulaFikile 4 days ago we announced that . Between 30 March 2020 & 3 April 2020, buses & taxis were permitted to operate from 05:00 until 20:00. This to cater for Social Grant Recipients As communicated - this period ends today reverting back to these hours: @GovernmentZA twitter.com/Dotransport/st…
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The grace period for social grant recipients to collect their grants and purchase essential goods comes to an end today, Friday 3 April 2020 at 21:00 then public transport will revert back to these hours: #day8oflockdown #CoronavirusInSouthAfrica #COVID19
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GRANT RECIPIENTS PUBLIC TRANSPORT WINDOW PERIOD DRAWS TO AN END The grace period for social grant recipients to collect their grants and purchase essential goods comes to an end today, Friday 3 April 2020 at 21:00.
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