'We will have a no-nonsense approach over those who drink and drive'

With the long weekend in full swing, many people will be going outside Cape Town for a mini-holiday.

But how are the roads looking?

To discuss road safety, Africa Melane chats to Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa.

The roads are very quiet, there has only been one fatality since the start of the long weekend. The roads are quiet and the weather conditions are also good.

Kenny Africa, Traffic chief - Western Cape

He appealed for caution as the roads could be busy during this long weekend.

Do not endanger people's lives by overtaking at places that are not safe. We will have a no-nonsense approach over those who drink and drive.

Kenny Africa, Traffic chief - Western Cape

Listen below to the full interview:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : 'We will have a no-nonsense approach over those who drink and drive'


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