• Decrease font size
  • Default font size
  • Increase font size
  • default color
  • color1 color
  • color2 color
  • color3 color

Eastern Cape Department of Transport’s Road Safety Educators team up with Traffic Officers in educating motorists and pedestrians about road safety through roadblocks and road shows.

Local school girls during their visit to the Department’s Bhisho Airport as part of the annual take a girl child to work day. This program twins with the Department’s commitment to providing bursaries and scholarships to young students from disadvantaged communities.

The team of Provincial Traffic Officers readily available to serve you by enforcing Traffic and other related laws in the roads of the Eastern Cape Province.

The Eastern Cape Department of Transport continues to diversify public transport to benefit the people of the province; the Kei Rail passenger service is continues to attract scores of passengers who use in their travelling through the province.

With the province being largely rural, stray animals remain one of our challenges which the Department is vigorously responding to with the Stray Animals Management Program by appointing Road Rangers tasked with removing them from the road.

MEC Marawu to address EC council of churches PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sivuyile Delihlazo   
Thursday, 06 September 2012 15:28

Eastern Cape MEC for Transport Thandiswa Marawu will address the Eastern Cape Council of Churches (ECCC) and other churches who are not affiliated to the ECCC during a prayer week at the Orient Theatre in East London on 12 September 2012.


Organized by TruFM, this initiative will take place starting from 10 – 15 September 2012 and is intended to revive the spirituality and to seek God’s intervention, in particular before the Grade 12 learners’ seat for exams.


It is a free event that will allow the Christian community an opportunity to listen to the leaders of faith as they lead them to the Throne of God. 


Each day the is going to be a  theme according to the five national priorities e.g. Education, Poverty, Crime, Families and Unemployment to plead for God’s guidance and intervention as we navigate our way as the beautiful province of the Eastern Cape.


MEC Marawu is expected to highlight issues that need to be taken to the alter for God’s intervention, these include:


Ø  Road Safety

Ø  Rate of Road Accidents and

Ø  Traffic officers.


The planned line up is as follows:

Day 1    Programme Director: Rev Qwabaza                        Preacher: Rev Andile Mbethe

Day 2    Programme Director: Rev Mantini                          Preacher: Bishop Ngqono

Day 3    Programme Director: Rev Gidi                               Preacher: Rev Finca

Day 4    Programme Director: Rev Magxwalisa                    Preacher: Bishop Nhlapo

Day 5    Programme Director: Rev Mthi                              Preacher: Presiding Bishop Siwa

Day 6    Programme Director: Rev Mohammet                    Preacher: Rev Matshobane


The proceedings will be live on air during the entire week to afford those who will be in other areas an opportunity to be part of the proceedings and revival.


For any other information, please contact Pastor Bathandwa Khwatsha at 073145 6205 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

blog comments powered by Disqus
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 September 2012 12:13


Latest Events

No events

Login Form

Your email Address:

Hit Counter

joomla stats