Dr. Neil Campbell, MPL
DA Gauteng Spokesperson for Roads and Transport
Gauteng Transport MEC Ismail Vadi should be ashamed that two of his official vehicles have run up nine speeding fines in the past year totalling more than R12 000.
This sets a very poor example for motorists who obey the law.
The Democratic Alliance also notes that in the run up to the Easter Road Safety Campaign launch recently, it was Vadi who urged road users to obey the rules of the road.
I wonder if the fines were due to unjustified use of blue lights.
Vadi owes the public an explanation and instead of using taxpayers money to pay the fines, he should pay them himself.