Minister Madikizela to visit Joe Gqabi Interchange to inspect Covid-19 compliance

04 December 2020 | From Arrive Alive

As part of the Western Cape Government’s COVID-19 awareness and enforcement campaign, the Western Cape Transport and Public Works Minister, Bonginkosi Madikizela, will on Sunday, 6 December 2020, visit Joe Gqabi Long Distance Bus Interchange in Philippi East.
The purpose of the visit is to encourage travelers to follow the Covid-19 golden rules of hygiene for keeping safe and to ensure operators and public transport passengers comply with Alert Level 1 regulations.
The Minister will engage transport operators and passengers and distribute educational material aimed at positively influencing travelers to behave responsibly while using the road network.
Joe Gqabi is the busiest long-distance transport interchange in the Province and is already gearing up for an influx of holiday goers.
Details are as follows:
Date:   Sunday, 6 December 2020
Time:   12:00
Venue: Joe Gqabi Bus interchange, Philippi East
All media are welcome to attend. There will be opportunities for media interviews and photographs.

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