Weekly Advocacy Alert – 25-2015

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Department of Home Affairs

Border Management Agency Bill

Summary of Intent

Members were alerted to this Notice in Advocacy Alert 24/2015. Since then, a correction has been published indicating that the Bill was meant to be published for comment.The Minister of Home Affairs has introduced the Border Management Agency Bill in the National Assembly in order to establish integrated and coordinated border management that facilitates secure travel and legitimate trade, in accordance with the Constitution, international and domestic law, in order to:

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Department of Transport National Road Traffic Act

Border Management Agency Bill Dangerous Goods Training Bodies

Summary of Intent

CAIA alerts members to notices published in terms of Section 280(1) of the National Road Traffic Regulations where approvals of Dangerous Goods Training Bodies by the Department are provided. A further five service providers have been approved. (R676)

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Department of TransportNational Land Transport Act

National Land Transport Strategic Framework

Summary of Intent

The Department of Transport has released the final draft of the National Land Transport Strategic Framework (NLTSF) – a legally required document in terms of the National Land Transport Act – that is updated every five years. The NLTSF sets out strategic priorities to apply transport planning in achieving social, health, economic and environmental outcomes. The identified strategic priorities and outcomes link the NLTSF to the National Development Plan, the National Transport Master Plan 2050, provincial transport and spatial planning, and broader strategies and plans at local government level. The overall vision of the NLTSF is to create an integrated and efficient transport system, supporting a thriving economy that promotes sustainable economic growth, provides safe and accessible mobility options, socially includes all communities and preserves the environment.Your membership level does not allow you access to this content. If you feel you should have access on the below document, please log-in or Contact Us

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