Premier and Community Safety MEC given three-day ultimatum

Economic Freedom Fighters provincial chairperson, Collen Sedibe has written a letter to premier, Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane regarding the traffic college learnership programme.

READ: MP Traffic College intake nullified by Premier

This is after the process was nullified following allegations of malfeasance and nepotism associated with the 2021 intake of students at the Mpumalanga Traffic College.

ALSO READ: “Traffic learnership posts advertised are not for sale” – DCSSL

Sedibe’s letter states that the EFF has confirmed that the learner cops are still at the college eight days after the process was nullified.

It further states that both the premier and MEC for Community Safety, Security and Liaison, Gabisile Shabalala three days to remove the learners from the college.

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