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Drive responsibly this Easter weekend

GRSP ZA Team would like to wish you all a happy and safe Easter weekend! Drive responsibly…

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-Obey the posted speed limits.

-Wear your seatbelt and ensure that your passengers do the same. Seatbelts save lives and can prevent serious injuries in the event of a collision.

-Keep your eyes on the road and refrain from using hand-held electronic devices. A distracted driver is four times more likely to be involved in a collision.

-Be a sober driver — no matter what mode of transportation you are using.

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Africa Road Safety Day

The Global Road Safety Partnership South Africa (GRSP ZA) would like to acknowledge the victims and families of road safety crashes and fatalities on this global observance day - November 18th, 2012.   In South Africa, the top two contributors to child deaths are motor crashes and pedestrian fatalities which, can be attributed mainly to reckless driving.  These devastating figures relates to excessive driving speeds; dangerous, reckless and inconsiderate driving; alcohol abuse by drivers and pedestrians; fatigue; non-road worthy vehicles and pedestrian negligence related to illegal road usage; visibility and intoxication, leading to an unacceptably high rate of fatalities that are can be prevented.  

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Safe Roads for Youth Project Launch for the Belhar in South Africa

The Safe Roads 4 Youth project is a three year project that develops tests and evaluates a flexible framework to address drink driving and walking prevention in emerging countries taking into account cultural diversity. This project carries out preventive interventions at community level, aimed at mobilizing their citizens, better training local players and preventing drinking and driving in different communities, starting with young adults.


The preventive actions are being undertaken in 3 different countries: Vietnam, Argentina and South Africa. Global Road Safety Partnership South Africa together with South African Red Cross Society and the research team from Stellenbosch University coordinate the project for South Africa to evaluate and implement the Safe Roads 4 Youth project in Belhar, Cape Town, with Strand as a control area, and, Nelspruit in Pretoria, with Polokwane as a control area. They will be working with various government departments and road safety / policing structures at from spheres, schools in the community, youth groups, cultural groups and other various NGOs to make the programme a success.

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