Mpumalanga Traffic Training College enrolls over 154 new students 

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MPUMALANGA Community Safety, Security and Liaison MEC, Pat Ngomane has welcomed new traffic learner cops who have been enrolled by the Mpumalanga Traffic Training College (MTTC) in Mkhuhlu for the 2019 academic year.
The students commenced with training on Monday.
The learners are enrolled on a 12 months NQF level 4 basic traffic officers’ training.
The new 154 learner cops were received by the MTTC head, Busi Nkuna during their official welcoming function that was held at the college.
Ngomane said the students were expected to contribute towards reducing road carnage in the country once they complete the training programme.
” The enrollment of traffic learner cops does not only afford government and municipalities an opportunity to beef up law enforcement in their areas but it also contributes towards reducing unemployment among young people.”
He has encouraged them to be disciplined and grab the opportunity presented to them amid high levels of unemployment in the country.
The MEC has expressed gratitude to institutions that have continued to support MTTC since its inception saying their support to the college will contribute greatly to reducing fatalities and effective traffic law enforcement on South African roads.