Five people have died on the Western Cape's roads since yesterday. Provincial Traffic Chief Kenny...
Five people have died on the Western Cape's roads since yesterday. Provincial Traffic Chief, Kenny Africa, says ten drunken drivers have also been arrested. The highest reading was recorded in Caledon, and was three times over the legal
limit. Three pedestrians were killed on the province's roads yesterday, including a five year old girl in Gugulethu, a 35-year old man in Bishop Lavis and an unknown man in Worcester. A 49-year old cyclist also died in Kenilworth and a 52-year motorcyclist in Bishop Lavis. Traffic Chief, Kenny Africa, says one driver was arrested in Beaufort West for fraudulent documentation. 172 speedsters were caught, with the highest speed recorded at 152 kilometres an hour in
a 120 kilometre zone in Mossel Bay.
TAP IMAGE/S BELOW TO EXPAND