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There seems to be an uptick in driving offences in the Cape – COCT

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Drivers refusing to stay in their lane seems to be the new normal. That’s the word from the City’s Traffic Service after 3,7million offences had been recorded over the past 15 months. These offences include an array of driving offences like dangerous overtaking, not wearing seatbelts and overloading, to the state of vehicles, unlicensed drivers and drunk driving as well as vehicle impoundments. The City’s JP Smith says they are noticing an uptick in driving offences.

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WCED ready for Matric finals which start on Monday

The Western Cape Education Department says its prepared for the matric exams which officially get underway on Monday. The department says the practical exams for Computer Applications Technology and Information Technology went well. Provincial Education Minister, David Maynier, says in the Western Cape, nearly 74 000 candidates will write a total of 124 exam papers, starting with English Home Language, First Additional Language, and Second Additional Language on Monday.

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