Pedestrian fatalities remain high on WC roads
13 people have died on the province’s roads since the start of the weekend.
CAPE TOWN - Western Cape traffic authorities say pedestrian fatalities remain alarmingly high.
So far 13 people have died on the province's roads since the start of the weekend, the majority of whom were pedestrians.
Provincial Traffic Chief Kenny Africa says, "Eight pedestrians lost their lives on our roads over the weekend. One was in Klapmuts, another in Bredasdorp. Two pedestrians died in Durbanville, one pedestrian in Eerste River, one in Grassy Park, one in Observatory and another in Velddrif."