Transport MEC, Xolile Nqatha calls for MAXIMUM FOCUS as a MINIMUM REQUIREMENT on the roads to help us avoidable accidents like head-on collisions. This message comes as yet another head-on collision claims multiple lives in the province. This time, on R61 road between Flagstaff and Lusikisiki.
A red Toyota Etios overturned after crashing into a metal barrier on Old Main Road in Ottawa - KZN this afternoon (Sunday). A passing motorist contacted Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) at approximately 18:14 requesting assurance at the scene. On arrival, Reaction Officers discovered the vehicle
IPSS Medical Rescue alongside IPSS Search and Rescue division are currently on scene on the R614 after a single motor vehicle rolled down an embankment. Reports from the scene indicate that two people have sustained critical injuries and are currently being stabilised by IPSS Medical Rescue Advanced
Multiple fatalities in excess of 9 people, in a head-on collision involving a minibus taxi and one of the long-distance buses. The accident occurred on the R61 between Flagstaff and Lusikisiki at about 13:45 today. Details are still sketchy… We’ll be back with an update shortly. UPDATE
High Density integrated operations in Khayelitsha yielded success when two men aged 60 and 27, were arrested for the possession of drugs on Friday evening. Members of Operation Restore were busy with crime prevention patrols when a member of the public stopped and informed them of a person who was
JMPD K9 officers noticed a male driving a Red Toyota Yaris recklessly on the N12 / Golden Highway, Naturena. The officers stopped & searched the vehicle & recovered bags of illegal substances (nyaope). The suspect offered officers a R1000 bribe & he was arrested. #ManjeNamhlanje Drug