While total figures have yet to be reported for Namibia, it has been revealed that at least 105 people lost their lives in road accidents in four of South Africa’s provinces over the long Easter weekend. News24 reports that 30 people died in Gauteng while 40 motorists were arrested for a range of offences, including drunk driving. Western Cape transport department spokesperson Jandrè Bakker said unconfirmed reports suggested that there were 21 fatalities in that province over the long weekend, and that six occurred on provincial roads. While KwaZulu-Natal Transport MEC Peggy Nkonyeni said 47 people were killed on provincial roads between 1 and 4 April and that 111 drivers were arrested for various offences, including drunk driving and speeding. Meanwhile, in the Eastern Cape, seven people died in road accidents on Sunday night while four people sustained injuries in the accidents.