The speeding driver was captured on Wednesday on the N1 South, outside Mookgophong, and he was kept at the Naboomspruit police headquarters.
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Lerule-Ramakhanya expressed the majority of the lethal mishaps detailed in the territory were brought about by speed, careless and careless driving.
She lauded the cops who captured the driver, saying it would act as an advance notice to different drivers who ignored the principles of the street.
"I'm frustrated and I need to censure the way of behaving of a got youngster around Mookgophong region doing a speed of 234km/h. We won't endure any individual who doesn't keep the regulations and our speed limits on the streets," said the MEC.
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"I need to tell other youngsters who have vehicles and who will drive on the N1, to be mindful and go along with us in ensuring that you consent, you follow the guidelines yet we likewise need to send an advance notice that we will capture, confine and ensure that you are responsible for your demonstrations, each time you overstep the law."
Lerule-Ramakhanya was in Waterberg on Thursday, driving a street wellbeing activity at Mahwelereng in Mokopane before an oversight visit at the nearby police headquarters.
She was additionally planned to lead a house to house crusade on orientation based viciousness in Mokopane.
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