Basabhadla Estok’sini Abashayeli Bamaloli Abavala u-N3

Written by on 7 December, 2021

By: Zilungile Mkhize

The Ladysmith Magistrate’s Court in northern KZN has remanded twelve truck drivers in custody, after their case was postponed.

They are accused of being involved in disrupting traffic on the key N3 corridor between Gauteng and KZN on Friday.

The blockade at Van Reenen’s Pass caused major delays.

It is understood the protest was related to the employment of foreign truck drivers.

KwaZulu-Natal Police Spokesperson, Jay Naicker says the suspects had allegedly taken away the keys of some of the trucks.

The accused will be back in court on Friday.

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