Western Cape Traffic Chief, Kenny Africa, says they are doing everything in their power to stop the road carnage after 10 people died.
We are trying everything in our power to stop this nonsense but we need motorists to change their behaviour and attitude.— Kenny Africa, Western Cape provincial traffic chief
According to Africa, 30 people were arrested on Western Cape's roads this past weekend, mostly for speeding and drunk driving.
Director of Law Enforcement at City of Cape Town, Robbie Robberts explained how traffic officers are deployed within the City.
We are really taking responsibility of traffic in this whole metropole... there is no specific area that is getting preference but deployment is also in terms of our fleet.— Robbie Robberts, Director of Law Enforcement at City of Cape Town
I can guarantee that there's different units and visible deployment where traffic is monitored on a minute by minute basis in our operations centre.— Robbie Robberts, Director of Law Enforcement at City of Cape Town
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