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The Johannesburg Metro Police Department is adamant it will win the war against lawlessness on the city's roads.
"Nomakanjani," they say, reckless motorists will be brought to their knees.
JMPD spokesperson chief superintendent Wayne Minnaar told Sowetan yesterday that everything was on course with Operation Nomakanjani.
On Monday last week the JMPD started Operation Nomakanjani (no matter what) in the Johannesburg CBD which militantly shook the city.
Instead of the usual practice where traffic offenders are issued fines, errant drivers are dragged into police vans and taken to police stations where they are charged.
The offenders' vehicles are also impounded and released on payment of a R650 fine.
Minnaar said that by Friday afternoon 129 drivers had been arrested for negligent and reckless driving.
Most of the offenders were arrested for skipping red robots, driving against oncoming traffic and making illegal U-turns.
The drivers normally spend a day in jail and appear in the magistrate's court the next day, where they pay an admission of guilt fine of R2000.
The drivers would also lose six points from their driver's licence in accordance with the Administrative Adjudication of Traffic Offences Act.
"The number of accidents involving pedestrians increased and so did the number of taxi operators driving against on-coming traffic," said Minnaar.
"We are not targeting taxi drivers," he said.
"We are just enforcing compliance on our roads."