JOHANNESBURG - Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula on Monday said he was disheartened and stressed after a progression of deadly mishaps on the streets that have killed at any rate seven individuals.
A transport fire killed six individuals and left in excess of 50 others harmed on the famous Moloto Road in Pretoria on Friday.
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The Sowetan is detailing the groups of those executed are engaging to find the collections of their friends and family.
On Sunday, artist and Trompies part Emmanuel Matsane - famous known as 'Mjokes' - kicked the bucket in a fender bender.
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Mbalula 's representative Ayanda-Allie Paine said the pastor was encouraging street clients to be more wary.
"Priest Mbalula has sent his sincerest sympathies to the individuals who lost friends and family on South Africa's streets this end of the week and he has likewise wished the individuals who were harmed in the episodes a full and quick recuperation."
Simultaneously, Gauteng police have captured more than 150 individuals for driving affected by liquor in the area over the course of the end of the week.
The police's Mavela Masondo said: "Suspects were captured during O Kae Molao activities in different pieces of the territory. It is during this activity that police captured in excess of 40 alcoholic drivers at a barricade."
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