‘This behavior is unacceptable. Our law-enforcement businesses will represent no mercy towards those that turn our roads into occasion spots,’ said the transport minister.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has vowed to clamp down on drivers who power beneath the affect of liquor and fracture Covid-19 rules.
This comes after a circulated video wherein children parked their autos and danced to loud track all the arrangement in which thru the Daspoort Tunnel in Tshwane on the weekend, with some retaining liquor bottles.
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Mbalula said law enforcement businesses would intensify their visibility on roads and hotspot areas to make certain of us adhere to Covid-19 rules.
He said: “Now we obtain seen movies in circulation of revellers gathering at events alongside our roads without a regards for Covid-19 rules or health protocols. We had been equally appalled by video clips of disgraceful behaviour by children alongside the R18 Mabopane twin carriageway into the Daspoort Tunnel, who had been partying, spicy and blocking off the avenue in fleshy numbers.
“This behavior is unacceptable. Our law-enforcement businesses will represent no mercy towards those that turn our roads into occasion spots.”
Behold the video beneath
#COVID19 is accurate. My coronary heart breaks to peep children ignoring the warnings. They shut the Daspoort Tunnel between Claremont and Danville in Pretoria. Sadly it’s their fogeys and aged caregivers that will feel the brunt of virus when they teach it home ???? pic.twitter.com/1oOHHAWRZW
— Peter Ndoro (@peterndoro) December 21, 2020
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