Cape MEC of Transport and Public Works Donald Grant said hardworking traffic
officers remain committed to carrying out round-the-clock enforcement of
traffic laws on the provincial roads.
follows the arrest of a male suspect yesterday on the N2 outside Grabouw
carrying 35 bags of abalone to the value of R800 000.
Spokesperson Siphesihle Dube said the man was transporting abalone in a light Toyota
delivery vehicle and he was apprehended on the N2. The suspect has been handed over
to the police and a case has been opened for further investigations.
Grant has commended the delegated traffic law enforcement officers for their
work and apprehending these criminals and also welcomed 29 new traffic officers
that will be joining this team that would be working hard to ensure that the
roads are safe and free from criminalisation” Dube added.
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