Public cries to Fikile Mbalula after a horrible accident claims 3 lives
Three people have died in a fatal accident on the R81 from Giyani to Polokwane just before the Moeketsi Market. A VW Golf R collided with a Toyota Fortuner. Two occupants of the Golf and the driver of the Fortuner were declared dead on scene.The road had to be closed for hours as emergency services were attending to the scene.
Tweeps talking about this freak accident are saying that R81 has been a dangerous road for too long and many people have lost their lives on that road. People are crying to minister of transport Fikile Mbalula to do something about that dangerous narrow road as the festive season draws closer.
"I hope this road @MbalulaFikile can consider it make it fout lanes it also passes by your place, leadership at Ndzingindzingi. Please we are loosing lives in this road please please," a Twitter user pleaded with Mbalula.
R81 is very dangerous Road. My worry is that we approaching festive season if you know what I mean, another tweep said.
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