Apparently this how the car of KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Transport and ANC KZN PEC member, Peggy Nkonyeni, was left after today's accident along the R66, north of the province. Together with her bodyguards, Nkonyeni was rushing to an event in Danhauser. The car, a BMW SUV they were travelling was seriously damaged. Information reaching Erapoetblog is that they escaped with minor bruises. Many people on social media are praising God and congratulating her. Many ANC politicians have died through accidents in the past few months. However, some social media users have told politicians to stop hurrying or rushing when driving. A concerned South African youth said, “Public figures and rushing, do they not know of the time of their engagements? R66 mubi ,unama curves nemfuyo nayo ayizibekile phansi, especially ngako Pongola /Louisburg”.
Some people have also used the opportunity to caution people to drive carefully, especially in bends, curves and bad spots. Some roads have potholes,, and it is advisable that commuters and drivers slow down in bad spots. Also, political office holders should caution their drivers against over speeding. It is better late than never. This is what this youth observed, “They are always rushing, pushing us off the road…hope everybody is okay. They don't respect time, they're always in a hurry. If they respected time and speed limits, these would be avoided”.
Sources - https://twitter.com/ZANewsFlash/status/1539254240719298560?t=BSQqq2OuXDsrRojuPTe69w&s=19
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