Cape Town collaborates with police and neighbourhood watches to ensure safe Easter weekend
The City of Cape Town’s law enforcement services says it is collaborating with the police and neighbourhood watches to ensure a safe Easter weekend. Member of the Mayoral Committee for Safety and Security, JP Smith says additional resources will be assigned to priority areas including roads, events and public amenities where high visitor numbers are expected during the long weekend.
“One of our key priorities over Easter is road safety. Historically, this period is associated with an increase in motor vehicle accidents and related fatalities. Our appeal to motorists staying within City limits over the period is to refrain from drinking and driving.
To those going away on holiday, make sure that your vehicles are in a good condition. The City will be hosting a two-day operation Exodus later this week for long-distance transport operators, but the message to all road users is to obey the law at all times, particularly sticking to the speed limit,” says JP Smith.
In other news – Faith Nketsi allegedly gets married
Many South Africans were introduced to Faith Nketsi when she was part of a twerking dance crew called the Pro Twerkers. At the time, she went by the name Queen Twerk and after a couple of years, she became an infamous character in the entertainment industry.
Before becoming a reality star, the beauty was involved in a few scandals, most notably the time she allegedly mistakenly posted an intimate video of her and her then-partner. Learn more