UPDATE: Cellphone use banned for ‘frontline’ domestic affairs workforce

So-referred to as “frontline” home affairs officers, who paintings at once with the public, have been banned from the usage of their cell phones even as on obligation.

The new guidelines regulating the behavior of the team of workers have been agreed to by means of all interested parties, including labor unions.

The parliamentary portfolio committee on home affairs has also come out in the guide of this ban.

The motion follows the call by way of the committee closing month for the entire banning of cellular telephones because it affected the best of services at the department.

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Committee chairperson Hlomani Chauke stated: “The use of cell phones is banned and clients must not be faced with this once they are looking for offerings at the department.”

 

Members of the general public were recommended via the committee to keep monitoring and reporting terrible carrier via officials.

This will allow the department to identify personnel who are undermining service transport on the department, they stated.

“This is a positive step aimed at delivering the first-class carrier,” Chauke stated.

ALSO, READ UPDATE: PSA shoots down a name for no phone usage by using home affairs team of workers

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