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2019-12-12 06:01

The popular traffic fines roadshow which is run by the City of Cape Town’s legal services department together with the City’s traffic service will return to the Cape Town Civic Centre for the final run this year.

The roadshow opened on Monday 9 December and will continue until Friday 13 December between 08:00 to 14:00.

A team consisting of administrative staff, prosecutors and traffic officers will be on the concourse level of the civic centre to assist motorists with their fines and/or warrants of arrest. The public will also have an opportunity to make enquiries about outstanding fines and to settle outstanding fines and warrants.

Prosecutors will be on standby to consider their representations and cashiers available to take payments in the settlement of fines.

“The purpose of the roadshow is to provide a convenient one-stop shop to the public to sort out their outstanding fines once and for all.

“I encourage motorists to take full advantage of the opportunity to clear their record, especially ahead of the upcoming holiday season when they find themselves on the road more frequently. We believe these roadshows also provide an opportunity for open communication between the public and officials from the City’s traffic services and legal services,” says Mayco member for corporate services, Sharon Cottle.

Motorists are reminded to take along their identity documents and a copy of the fines and/or warrant for which they would like to make representations.

It is important to note that there will be no blanket reduction.

Each representation made will be considered on its own merits by prosecutors.

The popular traffic fines roadshow which is run by the City of Cape Town’s legal services department together with the City’s traffic service will return to the Cape Town Civic Centre for the final run this year.

The roadshow opened yesterday (Monday 9 December) and will continue until Friday 13 December between 08:00 to 14:00.

A team consisting of administrative staff, prosecutors and traffic officers will be on the concourse level of the civic centre to assist motorists with their fines and/or warrants of arrest.

The public will also have an opportunity to make enquiries about outstanding fines and to settle outstanding fines and warrants.

Prosecutors will be on standby to consider their representations and cashiers available to take payments in the settlement of fines.

“The purpose of the roadshow is to provide a convenient one-stop shop to the public to sort out their outstanding fines once and for all.

“I encourage motorists to take full advantage of the opportunity to clear their record, especially ahead of the upcoming holiday season when they find themselves on the road more frequently.

“We believe these roadshows also provide an opportunity for open communication between the public and officials from the City’s traffic services and legal services,” says Mayco member for corporate services, Sharon Cottle.

Motorists are reminded to take along their identity documents and a copy of the fines and/or warrant for which they would like to make representations.

It is important to note that there will be no blanket reductions on any outstanding fines.

Each representation made will be considered on its own merits by prosecutors.

The popular traffic fines roadshow which is run by the City of Cape Town’s legal services department together with the City’s traffic service will return to the Cape Town Civic Centre for the final run this year.

The roadshow opened yesterday (Monday 9 December) and will continue until Friday 13 December between 08:00 to 14:00.

A team consisting of administrative staff, prosecutors and traffic officers will be on the concourse level of the civic centre to assist motorists with their fines and/or warrants of arrest.

The public will also have an opportunity to make enquiries about outstanding fines and to settle outstanding fines and warrants.

Prosecutors will be on standby to consider their representations and cashiers available to take payments in the settlement of fines.

“The purpose of the roadshow is to provide a convenient one-stop shop to the public to sort out their outstanding fines once and for all.

“I encourage motorists to take full advantage of the opportunity to clear their record, especially ahead of the upcoming holiday season when they find themselves on the road more frequently.

“We believe these roadshows also provide an opportunity for open communication between the public and officials from the City’s traffic services and legal services,” says Mayco member for corporate services, Sharon Cottle.

Motorists are reminded to take along their identity documents and a copy of the fines and/or warrant for which they would like to make representations.

It is important to note that there will be no blanket reduction.

Each representation made will be considered on its own merits by prosecutors.

The popular traffic fines roadshow which is run by the City of Cape Town’s legal services department together with the City’s traffic service will return to the Cape Town Civic Centre for the final run this year. The roadshow opened yesterday (Monday 9 December) and will continue until Friday 13 December between 08:00 to 14:00.

A team consisting of administrative staff, prosecutors and traffic officers will be on the concourse level of the civic centre to assist motorists with their fines and warrants of arrest. The public will also have an opportunity to make enquiries about and settle outstanding fines and warrants. Prosecutors will be on standby to consider their representations and cashiers available to take payments in the settlement of fines.

“I encourage motorists to take full advantage of the opportunity to clear their record, especially ahead of the upcoming holiday season when they find themselves on the road more frequently,” says Mayco member for corporate services, Sharon Cottle.

Motorists are reminded to take along their identity documents and a copy of the fines and warrant for which they would like to make representations. It is important to note that there will be no blanket reduction.

The popular traffic fines roadshow which is run by the City of Cape Town’s legal services department together with the City’s traffic service will return to the Cape Town Civic Centre for the final run this year.

The roadshow opened yesterday (Monday 9 December) and will continue until Friday 13 December between 08:00 to 14:00.

A team consisting of administrative staff, prosecutors and traffic officers will be on the concourse level of the civic centre to assist motorists with their fines and/or warrants of arrest.

The public will also have an opportunity to make enquiries about outstanding fines and to settle outstanding fines and warrants.

Prosecutors will be on standby to consider their representations and cashiers available to take payments in the settlement of fines.

“The purpose of the roadshow is to provide a convenient one-stop shop to the public to sort out their outstanding fines once and for all.

“I encourage motorists to take full advantage of the opportunity to clear their record, especially ahead of the upcoming holiday season when they find themselves on the road more frequently.

“We believe these roadshows also provide an opportunity for open communication between the public and officials from the City’s traffic services and legal services,” says Mayco member for corporate services, Sharon Cottle.

Motorists are reminded to take along their identity documents and a copy of the fines and/or warrant for which they would like to make representations.

It is important to note that there will be no blanket reduction. Each representation made will be considered on its own merits by prosecutors.

The popular traffic fines roadshow which is run by the City of Cape Town’s legal services department together with the City’s traffic service will return to the Cape Town Civic Centre for the final run this year.

The roadshow opened yesterday (Monday 9 December) and will continue until Friday 13 December between 08:00 to 14:00.

A team consisting of administrative staff, prosecutors and traffic officers will be on the concourse level of the civic centre to assist motorists with their fines and/or warrants of arrest. The public will also have an opportunity to make enquiries about outstanding fines and to settle outstanding fines and warrants.

Prosecutors will be on standby to consider their representations and cashiers available to take payments in the settlement of fines.

“The purpose of the roadshow is to provide a convenient one-stop shop to the public to sort out their outstanding fines once and for all.

“I encourage motorists to take full advantage of the opportunity to clear their record, especially ahead of the upcoming holiday season when they find themselves on the road more frequently. We believe these roadshows also provide an opportunity for open communication between the public and officials from the City’s traffic services and legal services,” says Mayco member for corporate services, Sharon Cottle.

Motorists are reminded to take along their identity documents and a copy of the fines and/or warrant for which they would like to make representations.

It is important to note that there will be no blanket reduction. Each representation made will be considered on its own merits by prosecutors.

The popular traffic fines roadshow which is run by the City of Cape Town’s legal services department together with the City’s traffic service will return to the Cape Town Civic Centre for the final run this year. The roadshow opened yesterday (Monday 9 December) and will continue until Friday 13 December between 08:00 to 14:00. A team of admin staff, prosecutors and traffic officers will be on the concourse level of the civic centre to assist motorists with their fines and warrants of arrest.

The public will also have an opportunity to make enquiries about or settle outstanding fines and warrants. Prosecutors will be on standby to consider their representations and cashiers available to take payments in the settlement of fines.

“I encourage motorists to take full advantage of the opportunity to clear their record, especially ahead of the upcoming holiday season when they find themselves on the road more frequently,” says Mayco member for corporate services, Sharon Cottle.

Motorists are reminded to take along their ID documents and a copy of the fines and warrants for which they would like to make representations. It is important to note that there will be no blanket reduction. Each representation made will be considered on its own merits by prosecutors.

The popular traffic fines roadshow which is run by the City of Cape Town’s legal services department together with the City’s traffic service will return to the Cape Town Civic Centre for the final run this year. The roadshow opened yesterday (Monday 9 December) and will continue until Friday 13 December between 08:00 to 14:00. A team consisting of administrative staff, prosecutors and traffic officers will be on the concourse level of the civic centre to assist motorists with their fines and/or warrants of arrest. The public will also have an opportunity to make enquiries about outstanding fines and to settle outstanding fines and warrants.

Prosecutors will be on standby to consider their representations and cashiers available to take payments in the settlement of fines. “The purpose of the roadshow is to provide a convenient one-stop shop to the public to sort out their outstanding fines once and for all. I encourage motorists to take full advantage of the opportunity to clear their record, especially ahead of the upcoming holiday season when they find themselves on the road more frequently,” says Mayco member for corporate services, Sharon Cottle.

Motorists are reminded to take along their identity documents and a copy of the fines and warrant for which they would like to make representations. It is important to note that there will be no blanket reduction. Each representation made will be considered on its own merits by prosecutors.

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