11 people killed on Western Cape roads over weekend

Traffic officials also arrested 19 drunk drivers during various roadblocks conducted across the province.

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CAPE TOWN - Eleven people have died on Western Cape roads this past weekend.

Traffic officials also arrested 19 drunk drivers during various roadblocks conducted across the province.

Fines totalling more than R260,000 have been issued to drivers.

Provincial Traffic Chief Kenny Africa said: “The highest speed recorded in the Western Cape province since the start of this weekend was 166km/h on the N1 near Brackenfell.”