The choices you make have consequences. Random Breath Testing units are now active on the roads in the Western Cape and can intercept you anywhere, any time. People who drink and drive don’t just kill innocent men, women and children on our roads every single week. Drinking and driving diverts policing resources away from protecting communities. Money spent on cleaning up the mess that drinking and driving causes could be spent on improving schools and hospitals, or building houses for the poor. Traffic officers who we need to combat congestion in our cities, and nurses who we need to tend to the sick and injured, must often spend all day in court because of individuals who choose to drink and drive. Drinking and driving is a crime and it is time to make it history.
With November in full swing, it’s time to start thinking about Black Friday. Black Friday is November 24, 2017, this year, but the deals...
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