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Here Is Why This Festive Season Was Deadly

https://ewn.co.za/2022/01/18/1-685-people-killed-on-sa-s-roads-during-festive-season?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter



JOHANNESBURG - There were 1,685 passings on the back roads' over the most recent happy season.


The passings were recorded over a time of 42 days - from December to January - and the loss of life is 14% higher than the 2020 occasion time frame.


Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said that street fatalities had expanded in seven areas and declined in just two regions.


The Northern Cape and the Western Cape recorded the most elevated rate expansions in fatalities.


"The primary driver of the street fatalities during this period where jaywalking, speeding on wet and elusive streets, overwhelming across hindrance lines and helpless perceivability."


Mbalula has on Tuesday delivered the information: "We tracked down that a mind-boggling larger part of deadly crashes where on account of a solitary engine vehicle upsetting and head-on impacts. It expects of us to give genuine consideration to the ability of our drivers

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