WC traffic officials monitor N2 following protests
The demonstrations have resulted in the closure of part of the highway leading to Sir Lowry’s Pass Village.
CAPE TOWN - Western Cape traffic officials are monitoring parts of the N2 following reports of protests near Sir Lowry's Pass.
The demonstrations have resulted in the closure of part of the highway leading to Sir Lowry's Pass Village.
The reasons for the protests are not yet known.
Provincial traffic chief Kenny Africa says holiday traffic has not been affected.
"We closed off the road towards Sir Lowry's Pass due to protest action. We've got traffic officers and police officials on the N2, on the crossing towards Gordon's way on the one side and the other side towards Sir Lowry's Pass village."