Citizens are very excited to hear the news that Fikile Mbalula shared with them about the latest technology that was to be put in cars of traffic officers and so forth.
It is commonly said that in South Africa in order to be successful in whatever you are doing or rather let's just say to get a job, you have to have connections, you have to know the right people at the right time or else you will be stuck at home with qualifications sitting under your mattress and doing a job that you settled for.
If you don't have connections then you have to atleast have money for "cold drink" as they mostly refer to it, especially when coming to disputes that drivers encounter on the road with traffic police or local metro police.
According to the his report the technology will be able to scan all cars on the road and be able to identify which one of them have been stolen.
As much as people were excited to hear these news others couldn't help but comment that corrupt people will use this to get cold drink money.
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