Transport Inspectorate vehicle bursts into flames

NKOMAZI – A Transport Inspectorate vehicle burst into flames this morning in Nkomazi. The vehicle was scheduled for a mechanical service in Mbombela yesterday.

According to the Department of Roads and Public Works, investigations will determine the actual cause of the incident and are underway.

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“MEC Gillion Mashego was shocked by the incident especially as the Department is gearing itself for the festive season operations to ensure safety on the road. We have lost a valuable tool of trade to maximise our operations especially during this festive season.

“This will impact negatively on our visibility in a bid to ensure public transport compliance with the relevant regulations. However, we thank God that no one was injured,” expressed MEC Mashego,” said the department.

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