“I am disappointed and I want to condemn the behaviour of a young person who was caught around Mookgophong area yesterday doing a speed of 234km/h. We are not going to tolerate anyone who does not abide by the laws and our speed limits on the roads.
“I want to say to other young people who have cars and who are going to drive on the N1 to be responsible and join us in making sure that you comply, you follow the regulations. But we also want to send a warning that we will arrest, detain and make sure that you are answerable for your acts, every time you break the law.”
Lerule-Ramakhanya is currently in Waterberg leading a road safety operation at Mahwelereng in Mokopane ahead of an oversight visit at the local police station. She is also expected to lead a door-to-door campaign on gender-based violence around Mokopane late in the afternoon.
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