The project is meant to ease the volumes of traffic on the existing and
operating N2 road to Durban.
Transport and Community Safety MEC Xolile Nqatha visited the site this month to assess and establish the work that needs to be done to complete the projects; and challenges that led to its collapse.
Mr Nqatha has earned his spurs from a diverse experience gained through employment in the community development sector, government and political activism that saw him elected to a number of leadership positions in the ANC, SAC...learn more
The Eastern Cape Department of Transport is desperately looking for relatives of 60 of its deceased former employees. The search for the relatives is in relation to the deceased former employees’ Government Employee Pension Fund.
Some of the deceased employees with unclaimed benefits passed on as far back as 2005, with the latest of the deceased having passed on in 2020.
The youngest of the deceased employees was born in 1970 with the oldest having been born in 1940.
The majority of the deceased employees were working within the road infrastructure unit of the department, working on fixing roads across the province.read more
has introduced the following email addresses to receive all suppliers’
invoices. We wish to urge all End Users and Officials to ensure that all
suppliers make use of this email address to submit their invoices.
Head Office - Invoices@ectransport.gov.za
Sarah Baartman - Sarahb.email@example.com
Alfred Nzo - AlfredNzo.firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Hani - Chrishani.email@example.com
Joe Gqabi - Joegqabi.firstname.lastname@example.org
Grahamstown - Grt.email@example.com
Amathole (East London) - Amathole.firstname.lastname@example.org
OR Tambo - ORTambo.email@example.com
For further information contact Logistics and Expenditure Management: Mr. Jama 072 123 7157