KZN DOT Thuthuka Skills Development Programme 2023
The KZN DOT is calling upon all citizens of KwaZulu-Natal who are unemployed to apply for this ground-breaking programme that will assist unemployed people to get drivers licenses.
WHO CAN APPLY: KZN DOT Thuthuka Skills Development Programme 2023
- Citizens of KwaZulu-Natal
- Must have no criminal record
- Must have basic literacy skills
- Code 08-14 drivers licenses are being provided
- 3000 participants are targeted
- Forms are obtainable from all Department of Transport Regional Offices and via website www.kzntransport.gov.za
To access the Application Form click on KZN DOT Thuthuka Skills Development Application Form
Alternatively, you may access the form on our website at http://www.kzntransport.gov.za Then click on Electronic Reading Room in the left-hand sidebar and choose Forms from the options, then choose Forms again. Click on the Thuthuka Skills Development Programme Application Form in order to download and fill out the form.
Completed forms may be handed in at the nearest Regional Office or Cost Centre office as well as at our Head Office.
Contract employees’ protests were condemned.
Meanwhile, Hlomuka has condemned the protests by the department’s internal contract workers, which has seen the attack of department officials and government cars being stoned.
The protests have been taking place at various departmental offices due to grievances surrounding the recruitment process of Road Worker Aides.
Hlomuka said, as part of S’thesha Waya Waya, more than 5 978 posts were advertised for Road Worker Aids and Grader Operators.
The MEC noted that due to the number of posts, the department knew that there would be a huge number of people applying, and in the process “a lot of dissatisfaction to many people seeking employment, even among our own internal contractor workers who are employed through the Vukayibambe Routine Road Maintenance Programme”.
“We have labour laws in the country and if people are unhappy about the recruitment process there are clear channels to follow. Where there are genuine complaints, we have directed the Head of Department to investigate any concerns and call upon our contract workers to not resort to violence.