The MEC of Community Safety Security and Liaison in Mpumalanga Gabisile Shabalala has raised concerns on the number of people who died on Mpumalanga roads over the weekend.
The number of road fatalities so far during this festive season is already around the 800 mark nationwide.
Law enforcement officers in the Free State have expressed concern over a spate of road fatalities in the province. Twenty-eight people have been killed in several crashes in the province since the beginning of December.
Limpopo Premier Stanley Mathabatha has expressed concern over alleged criminal activities taking place on the N1 resulting in fatal crashes between Mokopane and Kranskop toll plaza.
Gauteng Department of Community Safety says it is concerned about the high number of fatalities since the beginning of the long weekend.