Bus was declared roadworthy a day after it was in killer crash: report
Twenty-five people died and, of the 156 buses in AB350 Ltd’s fleet, 102 were found to be unroadworthy
The roadworthy certificate of a bus that killed 25 people in the Eastern Cape last month had expired at the time of the crash.
The owners renewed it a day after the horror accident and now an investigation is under way to determine how the bus company, AB350 Ltd, did so. .
This was revealed in a Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) report seen by Times Select. Its investigation also showed that of AB350 Ltd’s 156-strong fleet, 102 buses were not roadworthy...