road safety

 
R100-million to fix tender road to ruin
R100-million to fix tender road to ruin
Four years after a R100-million provincial government contract crashed in the Free State – driving a large civil engineering company into...
Addressing road safety at school level
Addressing road safety at school level
Since 2011 the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) in collaboration with the department of basic education has been involved in...
Better roads mean more safety
Better roads mean more safety
It is a matter that should be taken seriously by all road users and all agencies involved in road safety.
Road safety education
Road safety education
United Nations statistics on global road safety show that 1.24-million road deaths are reported each year and that 92% of these fatalities occur in...
Good roads need safety campaigns that change public's behaviour
Good roads need safety campaigns that change public's behaviour
Today alone, an estimated 40 road users will be killed. This equates to more than 14 000 people across our country in a year. Of those killed...
SA ranked worst out of 36 in global road safety report
SA ranked worst out of 36 in global road safety report
The International Transport Forum's (ITF) latest Road Safety Annual Report, released on Thursday afternoon, ranked South Africa the worst, out...
Two wheels good
Two wheels good
Mandi Smallhorne
Cape Town car-texters to forfeit phones, fork out R500
Cape Town car-texters to forfeit phones, fork out R500
The Cape Times reported on Monday that the new bylaw, in effect from today, formed part of the provincial road safety campaign to cut road...
Ndebele: Everyone must contribute to road safety
Ndebele: Everyone must contribute to road safety
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele on Monday called on all South Africans to do their part in reducing road deaths, after 57 people lost their...
Ban on Roadlink's 'killing machines' dropped
Ban on Roadlink's 'killing machines' dropped
KwaZulu-Natal transport minister Bheki Cele on Thursday called national bus operator SA Roadlink a "killing machine" and "a coffin on wheels".
Metro police put brakes on Durban cycle protest
Metro police put brakes on Durban cycle protest
Metro police tried to stop cyclists who converged at Durban's King's Park pool on Tuesday from embarking on a "protest ride" that police said was...
A culture of drunken driving
A culture of drunken driving
Driving drunk can change lives forever, yet many South Africans -- perhaps lulled by a lack of effective law enforcement -- do it every day. Five...

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