Several streets closed due to soccer match

Several streets will be closed on Sunday due to a soccer match at the Lucas Moripe Stadium. Here are the streets that will be affected.

The Tshwane Metro Police Department (TMPD) said several streets will be closed on Sunday due to a soccer match at the Lucas Moripe Stadium.

“Take note that there will be a soccer match between Mamelodi Sundowns FC and Martitzburg United FC at Lucas Moripe Stadium in Atteridgeville on Sunday, 17 March 2024 at 18:00,” the TMPD said in a statement.

The following streets around the stadium will be closed from 14:30 until 22:30:

• Thusago Street and Hlahla Street
• Ramatsui Street and Hlahla Street
• Maunde Street and Hlahla Street
• Maunde Street and Magodielo Street
• Maunde Street and Magombane Street
• Pilane Street and Maunde Street

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Motorists are advised to avoid and use alternative routes such as:

• WF Nkomo Street
• khudu Street
• Sekhu Street
• Moroe Street
• Sehloho Street
• Seeiso Street
• Letshwalo Street

Tshwane Metro Police and South African Police Service officers will be deployed to monitor all affected streets.

Meanwhile, in other news, the Gauteng MEC for Logistics and Transport Kedibone Diale-Tlabela officially reopened the R515 Road in the east of Pretoria on March 14.

This marked a significant milestone in the province’s transport infrastructure development.

The road is set to improve connectivity between the small towns of Bapsfontein, Rayton, and Cullinan.

The project spans about 27km and is poised to enhance connectivity and promote economic growth in the region.

The D483 road, which connects several small towns, underwent comprehensive rehabilitation to address critical aspects such as road surfacing.

According to Diale-Tlabela, the project encompassed milling and replacing existing surfacing layers, construction of overlays, drainage repairs, shoulder upgrades and intersection enhancements.

Click here to read more about the road reopening. 

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