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kznlogo thumb100 Daily News reports that three drivers’ licence testing centres (DLTCs) in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) have reopened, even as eight more have closed due to Covid-19 infections.  

Rossburgh DLTC, Port Shepstone DLTC and Camperdown DLTC and Registering Authority (RA) reopened on Monday.  The KZN transport department advised that it was now compulsory for the customers to bring an optometrist report to avoid using its eye testing machines.  Pinetown DLTC did not reopen as previously advised because of positive Covid-19 cases.  Newcastle DLTC and RA and Nkandla DLTC are still closed because of Covid-19 cases.  However, six more municipal DLTCs have had to be closed because of Covid-19, namely Ladysmith, Kokstad, Eshowe, Big 5 Hlabisa, Mandeni and Ixopo.  Moreover, Mtubatuba, Nongoma, KwaMbonambi, Creighton and Pongola DLTCs have not been operational and the municipalities are closed.  The Mkondeni DLTC in Pietermaritzburg reopened last weekas did Richmond DLTC, while Empangeni DLTC had to close until further notice.

  • Read the full original of the report in the above regard by Thobeka Ngema at Daily News

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