Department of Transport Free Licence

THUTHUKA Skills Development Drivers License Programme

Department of Transport Free Licence – All unemployed residents of the province of KwaZulu-Natal are encouraged to register for a program meant to help them obtain driver’s licenses and improve their prospects of finding employment.

Sipho Hlomuka, the provincial MEC for transportation, community safety, and liaison, introduced the Thuthuka Driving Skills Program as part of the province’s Transportation Month campaign. This program will help more than 3000 people of all ages obtain free learner’s permits and driver’s licenses in the Codes 08 to 14.

“This is a part of our ongoing effort to support job growth because we are aware that individuals with licenses have a higher likelihood of finding employment across all industries. To bring them on board and cooperate with them in implementing this program, we have already started to interact with the CEOs of the driving schools, Hlomuka said.

Hlomuka noted that the agency is developing the requirements for acquiring a driver’s license as part of the Thuthuka Driving Skills Programme project.

Hlomuka noted that the agency is developing the requirements for acquiring a driver’s license as part of the Thuthuka Driving Skills Programme project.

Click on https://bit.ly/3ZNieZ0 to access the application form for the program. Alternatively, you can access the form on the department’s website at http://www.kzntransport.gov.za. then select forms once more from the options after clicking Electronic Reading Room in the left-sidebar. Click on the Thuthuka Skills Development Programme Application Form in order to download and fill out the form.

The Department of Transport’s Head Office as well as the regional office or cost center closest to you both accept completed forms.

The program’s application deadline is October 17, 2023.

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