At least ten people have been arrested for drunk driving on Western Cape roads since the start of the weekend. Provincial Traffic Chief, Kenny Africa, says they also issued fines to the value of more than R240 000 for various traffic and vehicle-related offences.
Africa says five fatalities, all of whom were pedestrians, were recorded on the province’s roads so far.
“The one pedestrian was knocked over in George. Another one got killed in a motor vehicle accident in Observatory. In Sunningdale, in Fish Hoek, also another pedestrian knocked over and in Lingelethu West, also in the Cape Metro, another pedestrian got killed in a motor vehicle accident. Then in the West Coast in Clanwilliam also another pedestrian killed in a motor vehicle accident,” says Africa.