Nine die on WC roads this weekend
Traffic authorities says pedestrian and cyclist fatalities remain a concern.
JOHANNESBURG - Nine people have died on the province's roads since the start of the weekend.
Traffic authorities say pedestrian and cyclist fatalities remain a concern with growing numbers of people venturing outdoors to take in the good weather.
In separate incidents two cyclists died in Paarl and Stellenbosch.
Western Cape Traffic Chief Kenny Africa says, "There is an influx of cyclists using our roads, we would like our cyclists as well as our motorists to be extra careful, especially the cyclists in the Helshoogte Pass between Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. Motorists, be on the lookout for cyclists, do not take unnecessary chances."