road safety

Brand South Africa Partners with the Eastern Cape Department of Transport, Tourism, National Heritage...

By Mduduzi Malinga Brand South Africa in collaboration with the Eastern Cape Department of Transport, Tourism and National Heritage Council hosted the second annual Eastern...

Play Your Part – Road Safety Awareness campaign ahead of the Easter season

Johannesburg, Tuesday 27 March 2018 – Brand South Africa through the Play Your Part programme is collaborating with various stakeholders provincially and nationally, to deliver...

Brand SA and its partners promote road safety

Brand South Africa hosted a dialogue with Eskom to drive the road safety messaging to young professionals. The two entities partnered in delivering the...

Streetiquette teaches people about road safety

red-riding-hood---thumbOpen Streets Cape Town is working with the city and Western Cape province on an innovative way to improve pedestrian safety. Streetiquette makes use of performance art on busy city streets to start conversations and change ways of behaving.

Countrywide call for child car safety seats

Baby-Car-Seat1---thumbCar Seats for Kids has run in Joburg for the past three years; now, this Transport Month, it is in Western Cape. It is calling for donations of child car safety seats from anywhere in the country. Play Your Part and keep our children safe on the roads.

Volkwagen and partners follow up on commitment

Johannesburg Skyline---thumbEarlier this year, Volkswagen, Qhubeka and World Vision donated bicycles to rural learners in KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape. They returned for a pilot programme in bicycle maintenance, a road safety clinic and to deliver backpacks filled with books and stationery.

Chabane laid to rest in ancestral Limpopo village

The death of Collins Chabane should prompt South Africans to think carefully about road safety, President Zuma said at his funeral. The public service and administration minister received an official state funeral on Human Rights Day.

‘We must all join hands to fight crime’ – Mapisa-Nqakula

Minister of Defence and Military Veterans, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, urges South Africans to be vigilant this festive season to prevent crime and ensure our safety....

South Africa tightens seatbelt laws to protect children

Despite having one of the highest rates of road-related deaths in the world, South African seatbelt laws have not covered children under the age of three. However, from April next year, it will be illegal for children to sit in the front seat or not be appropriately and safely restrained.

South Africa tightens seatbelt laws to protect children

Despite having one of the highest rates of road-related deaths in the world, South African seatbelt laws have not covered children under the age of three. However, from April next year, it will be illegal for children to sit in the front seat or not be appropriately and safely restrained.