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Road deaths increase by 51% over Easter period

Road fatalities over the Easter period increased this year by 51% over the same period last year with 235 fatalities this year compared to last year’s 156. This was revealed last week by Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi at a media

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FleetwatchMay 1, 2017 at 3:22am
Easter death toll could rise to highest ever says AA. https://goo.gl/ZP4lNL #AA #automobileassociation #roadsafety
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FleetwatchMay 1, 2017 at 3:17am
Road fatalities over the Easter period increased this year by 51%. https://goo.gl/v2GA7B #JoeMaswanganyi #AARTO
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FleetwatchApril 27, 2017 at 1:42am
FOUR TRUCKS TORCHED LAST NIGHT
April 26th: Media Statement from Limpopo Media Centre, Corporate Communication, South African Police Service

The Police in Phalaborwa have launched a massive manhunt for a group of community members who went on rampage last night and torched trucks and barricaded roads. It is alleged that last night, 25 April 2017 at about 22:00, a group of people started barricading the roads along Makhushane cross and the Police reacted swiftly after receiving a report. On arrival at the scene, members found that four trucks, belonging to different companies, were set on fire and completely burnt. Seven other trucks were safely escorted out of the parking depot to the mine (PMC). Cases of malicious damage to property and public violence were opened and the situation is still being monitored. The preliminary investigations have revealed that the motive behind this situation is allegedly related to their previous complaints against the local mines. The suspects are still unknown and there are no arrests. Police investigations are still continuing.
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Fleetwatch added 11 new photos.April 26, 2017 at 8:04am
CONTINUE TO AVOID LICHTENBURG AND COLIGNY
April 25th: Protest action continued in the Lichtenburg Coligny area today with a number of houses being burnt. FleetWatch yesterday advised transporters to avoid the towns as trucks - being easy targets - have already been burnt to ashes by protestors. We again urge all transporters to keep their trucks away from Lichtenburg and Coligny. The situation is still tense. The protests are about the lack of service delivery with locals saying they have been waiting for over 10 years for houses and other promises made to them. They want the Mayor to resign with statements being made that the protests will continue until he does. These photographs - screened from various sources - aptly show the scale of the violence that has accompanied the protests. Keep your trucks away.
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FleetwatchApril 25, 2017 at 9:40pm
AVOID LICHTENBURG
April 25th: Avoid Lichtenburg totally. Service delivery protests which started last Friday and which saw three trucks burnt - including one with 30000 live chicklets - are ongoing. Pic below shows a truck burning last Friday.
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