Road law enforcers must eradicate corruption in driving test centres- JPSA

Corruption at driving licence test centres and disobeying road traffic laws are two main factors of road accidents, according to national chairman at Justice Project South Africa, Howard Dembovsky.

Dembovsky says there needs to be a transformation in the manner in which South Africa enforce traffic laws.

He says law enforcers must not only punish people for excessive speeding, but for all moving violations, including texting while driving and overtaking where there are no crossing lines.

Listen to Howard Dembovsky comparing South African traffic laws to other countries below...


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