WC cops clampdown on drunk drivers

Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa says over 1,800 motor vehicles were stopped during roadblocks.

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CAPE TOWN - Western Cape police are continuing to clampdown on drunk drivers, saying 23 have been arrested this weekend.

They say 26 roadblocks have been conducted.

However, apart from this, a motorcyclist and a driver were killed in two separate road accidents.

Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa says over 1,800 motor vehicles were stopped.

“The highest alcohol reading recoded was 0,2 milligrams per 1000 millilitres. That was in the Mossel Bay, in the Southern Cape.”

(Edited by Shimoney Regter)