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northwestprovinceIOL reports that North West Transport MEC Sello Lehari has called on traffic officers to take extra measures to ensure that their safety comes first while on duty.

This was indicated after a traffic officer was killed when a car she was trying to stop allegedly hit her on the N4 in Zeerust. “The Provincial Inspector, Moeder Vuka passed away on Thursday morning while on her daily stop and check duties when she was allegedly hit by a car which she was trying to stop on the N4. These unfortunate incidents turned to fatalities, especially during the festive season on the N4, which is currently our hotspot. Therefore, I plead with our law enforcement officers to practice extra safety measures while on duty,” Lehari said. Vuka of Lichtenburg, was working as Provincial Inspector in the Lehurutshe provincial traffic station. North West police are investigating a case of culpable homicide.

  • Read the full original of the report in the above regard by Molaole Montsho at IOL

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