Deferred services at licensing department restored  

Motorists in Lep­ha­lale will heave a sigh of relief fol­low­ing the announce­ment by the local munic­i­pal­i­ty that it will restore ser­vices at the licens­ing depart­ment on Tues­day.

Munic­i­pal­i­ty sus­pend­ed the ser­vices in the wake of a fire which raged through the Civic Cen­tre on Feb­ru­ary 4, 20202, dam­ag­ing three license depart­ment offices.

Lep­ha­lale Munic­i­pal­i­ty spokesper­son, Con­scious Chiloane said in a state­ment on Mon­day the licens­ing depart­ment has been ren­o­vat­ed and it will pro­vide ser­vices from Tues­day.

“We would like to thank the com­mu­ni­ty for their patience while the office was being ren­o­vat­ed,” said Chiloane

Peo­ple apply­ing for lean­ers and renew­ing driver’s licences, includ­ing per­mits, were the most affect­ed.

Limpopo Police Spokesper­son, Brigadier Mot­lafela Mojape­lo said the fire­fight­ers extin­guished the fire which had already wrecked three license depart­ment offices, caus­ing dam­age esti­mat­ed at over R100 000.

“The cause of fire has not yet known, but the ongo­ing police inves­ti­ga­tions will tell,” said Mojape­lo.






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