Think Pedestrian Golf Day, 8 October 2013
The golf day, hosted by Eqstra Fleet Management and Logistics will take place in October which is National Transport Month and is in aid to raise funds that will be in turn handed over to the National Department of Transport. The funds will be used for their Festive Season Road Safety Awareness campaign.
The call is out to all corporate organizations to support…
Decade of Action for Road Safety, Think Pedestrian Project by Eqstra
The Pedestrian Safety Campaign was launched in Johannesburg on 11 April 2011 by then Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele, in conjunction with Eqstra Fleet Management and Logistics, the United Nations and the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory in support of Nelson Mandela Day.
In South Africa, around 14,000 people are killed every year on our roads. This is the equivalent of over 1,000 deaths…
Road Safety week in May 2013
The Minister of Transport, Mr Dikobe Ben Martins pronounced at the press briefing held in his offices on Monday 8th April, that South Africa will be participating in the Second UN Global Road Safety Week. The UN has declared the week starting 06 – 12 May 2013 as Global Road Safety Week
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Message from Mr Sibusiso Ndebele Minister of Transport
Pedestrians alone account for nearly 40% of road fatalities annually, which can be prevented.
The Think Pedestrian campaign is aimed at stabilizing, then reducing, these statistics through intensive awareness and education programmes for drivers and pedestrians.
This joint initiative is part and parcel of our implementation of the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020.
Think Pedestrian Golf Day
The Think Pedestrian Golf Day is…
Think Pedestrian – and save lives
Written by Kgopi Mabotja
12 April 2012
A 10-year campaign driven by the UN and backed by local companies has been launched to change the behaviour of road users and end the rising number of road deaths in South Africa.
Each year dozens of people are killed on South Africa’s roads, mainly because of negligence both on the side of motorists and pedestrians themselves. A…