Tuesday, December 27, 2011

The death toll on South Africa’s roads rises

Lauren Snyders
27 December 2011

The death toll on South African roads has risen to more than 800 this month.

Authorities are concerned that there does not seem to be a decline in the number of drunk driving and speeding incidents.

Spokesperson for the Road Traffic Management Corporation Ashref Ismail says dangerous overtaking and careless and intoxicated pedestrians are also a major cause for concern.

A total of one-thousand-149 people lost their lives on the roads in December last year.


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