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There Is More Arrests Linked To The N3 Blockage By Abandoned Trucks.

https://ewn.co.za/2022/06/17/more-arrests-expected-after-n3-blocked-by-abandoned-trucks?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

KWAZULU-NATAL - KwaZulu-Natal policing are wanting to make more captures following the N3 bar that caused significant clog close to Van Reenen's Pass.


On Thursday, a few suspects were captured after a few trucks were deserted on the public course, obstructing the two headings.


Peruse: N3 parkway on Van Reenen's Pass hindered


Occupied courses among Johannesburg and Durban, it were disturbed to incorporate elective ways.


Common police representative Jay Naicker said: "I can affirm that the N3 at van Reenen pass has been opened for traffic. Four men, matured somewhere in the range of 40 and 59 have been confined for hindering a public course, harming or disrupting fundamental framework and financial damage."


In the interim, the Durban Chamber of Commerce has censured the barricade by some transporters on the N3 parkways.


The chamber's leader, Nigel Ward, said that KwaZulu-Natal was all the while faltering from a financial emergency.


"The effect of COVID-19 in general of the economy and not simply KZN, the mobs of July 2021, prevalently affecting the economy of KZN and afterward the flooding in April this year, so these three major blows have placed the area into a financial emergency," Ward said.

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