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Johannesburg - The family of a young boy who was killed in a crash in Durban two years ago have called on authorities to review its policy regarding alcohol in urban areas.
The family of 15-year-old Mamdani Maleka said their main request is for an audit of drink-driving laws in the province because the boy died from severe head injuries after being hit by a vehicle driven by a drunk driver.
"Our main concern is to see if alcohol levels were above 0.04 in the case of the driver who struck him," said Johan Botha, his brother.
Johan Botha said he was shocked by the news of the man's release last week from prison after serving four months of a 12-month sentence for culpable homicide.
His family's request for a review of the 0.04 blood alcohol limit in urban areas was made at a meeting of the SA Road Safety Commission in Johannesburg