Speedster: man fined R25?000 for 226?km/h

2012-06-05 00:00

A 30-YEAR-OLD man was given a R25 000 fine for travelling at 226 km/h from Scottburgh to Port Shepstone on Sunday night.

Major Mfesane Bheki Zulu appeared in the Scottburgh Magistrate’s Court yesterday where he was fined.

Zulu, who was driving an ND registration Golf R20, was stopped near Sezela on the N2 carriageway.

Traffic spokesperson Zinhle Mngomezulu said: “The man was alone in the vehicle and was not under the influence of alcohol.”

She added that he retained his driver’s licence. “It is among the highest speeds recorded and the highest recorded for that particular weekend,” she said.

• witness@feveronline.co.za

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