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Are SA traffic lights "Siessies"?

29 October 2012, 13:05

As a law abiding motorist, every time it rains I become stressed. I begin to count all the possible down robots at important intersections.

These important intersections afford me safe and quick passage as I drive to my place of work. But lo and behold, if you find them all working, it will be a miracle of high propotions. The question is WHY?

What we expirience; is that a little bit of rain water they go dead or they are affected somehow. That is why I refer to them as sissified. Is this lovely country engineerless or is the people who are suppose to care not taking anything serious. To me this is simple service delivery that does not exist WHY?

The so-called authorities cannot even provide points people to direct traffic. Where do they travell or drive? Don't they expirience this ordinary problems encountered by ordinary citizens. It's a joke! Do they want the public to take them to the Constitutional Court for this basic essential expectation.  

Some SA drivers have bad attitudes, now if you add faulty robots in our streets, it becomes a recipe for disaster.

Do we have to donate money or toyi-toyi to get somebody to realize that this country has a problem with traffic lights?

FRUSTRATION ALL THE WAY!!     

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