Western Cape traffic chief, Kenny Africa calls on members of the public to provide information on a multi-motor vehicle crash on the N2 near Sedgefield.
According to Africa, two cars were dicing on a national road and caused this accident.
There were people who saw this and we would like to call on other motorists to come forth with particulars of those vehicles.— Kenny Africa, Traffic chief - Western Cape
When people are endangering other peoples lives, take down the registration number and forward it to 021 946 1646. You are our eyes and ears on the road and if you spot any wrongdoing please report it.— Kenny Africa, Traffic chief - Western Cape
Africa provided statistics of Western Cape road activity this weekend as school holidays come to an end.
We stopped 1723 vehicles on roadblocks and 981 drivers were tested for alcohol. We arrested 29 drivers for drunk driving on our national roads. One person was seven times over the legal limit...— Kenny Africa, Traffic chief - Western Cape
One person was arrested in George for being in possession of dagga and another one was arrested in Saldanha for having 1000 crayfish tails.— Kenny Africa, Traffic chief - Western Cape
The total amount of fines issued was R389 650.— Kenny Africa, Traffic chief - Western Cape
To hear the rest of the conversation with Kenny Africa, listen below: