Gauteng Provincial Government (GPG) has delivered Kagiso Drivers License Testing Centre (DLTC), a cutting edge green technology facility to the community of Mogale City. Located in the heart of Kagiso Township, the DLTC was officially handed over to the community by MEC for Infrastructure Development (DID) Jacob Mamabolo and MEC for Roads and Transport Ismail Vadi.This R19 million facility is equipped with cutting edge green technology that makes it energy efficient and adaptable to changes in the climate”, said MEC Mamabolo during the official handover ceremony. “This is a smart building which has been designed to serve its users without sole dependency on the electricity grid. What we are giving the people of Kagiso is a building that is fitted with glazing and insulation so that it preserves energy when it is cold and dual solar/electric geyser for enhanced energy saving,” added Mamabolo. Kagiso DLTC is one of the range of projects that GPG has released to communities since the Fifth administration commenced in 2014. Other infrastructure investments recently handed over to Gauteng communities include schools, clinics, community centres and libraries. The facility is intended to cater for approximately 800 patrons per day both from Kagiso and surrounding areas and will alleviate the congestion at Mogale City DLTC. It will also cater for both Code 8 and 10 licensing.