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"Ramaphosa must ban alcohol permanently," See how SA reacted after this fatal drunk-driving incident

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Published 11 days ago - 19 views

It seems like many citizens have started realising the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol. In the past, the intake of this beverage have been blamed for even crime and other social vices, no winder Bheki Cele once advised people to desist from taking it.

However, the call gained momentum after a deadly accident that happened in Limpopo recently that claimed the life of one while others sustain various degrees of injury.

According varieties of reports, the tragic incident took place at R71 road near Stanford and it's involved a speeding Kia Sedan which collided with a Ford while crashing with another moving vehicle a touching a motorbike in the process.

According to FlyingNewslive, a preliminary investigation shows that the over-speeding Kia Sedan driver was heavily drunk which made him unable to control his vehicle.

The situation had made a lot of people here in South Africa go emotional as their call President Cyril Ramaphosa to put a permanent ban on the use of alcohol.

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