Limpopo roads see at least 90 deaths, almost 200 accidents since 1 Dec

Road officials have also expressed concern on the number of pedestrians killed and urges those walking to be wary.

FILE: At least 10 people were killed after a bakkie collided head-on with a taxi in Limpopo on 30 October 2017. Picture: Supplied

JOHANNESBURG - There have been at least 90 people who lost their lives on Limpopo roads since the beginning of this month.

The province has registered almost 200 accidents.

Roads and traffic spokesperson Matome Moremi says the fight to reduce fatalities is still on, adding that the number is less compared to last year at this time.

He has also expressed concern about the number of pedestrians killed and urges those walking to be wary.

“The number of pedestrians dying on our roads this festive season is alarming, thus far we have recorded 24 pedestrians killed on our roads.”