Western Cape government warns drivers
24 September 2010
The Western Cape government department is tackling traffic problems head on. The new national rolling enforcement plan has started being implemented in the province.
This plan on the province is aiming at pulling over 1 million drivers per month.
Traffic officials are stepping up their game, and this is through the three fatal crashes that involved minibus taxis over the last month, which has claimed dozens of lives.
Western Cape Health MEC Theuns Botha said “given the unnecessary burden that has been placed on the healthcare system by reckless drivers, roadblocks will become a visible feature”.