Four killed, multiple injured as 2 taxis collide head-on between Verkeerdevlei and Exelsior
12 Dec 2019 | From Arrive Alive
2 Taxis Collided Head-On R703 between Verkeerdevlei & Excelsior. 4 Declared Dead on Scene 7 Moderately Injured (5 Pelonomi Trauma; 2 Busamed) 2 Critically Injured (Airlifted to Pelonomi & Busamed) 19 Minor Injuries (17 Dr JS Moroka Hospital, 2 Pelonomi Casualty)
Lady injured while swimming at Noordhoek
12 Dec 2019 | From Arrive Alive
At 15h00 on Wednesday the 11th of December, Cape Medical Response received a request for medical assistance from Sea Rescue Hout Bay. Two of their volunteer crew members had been enjoying a day at Noordhoek Beach when a 19-year old Cape Town lady sustained a leg injury whilst playing in the waves. CMR
Joint Tourism Safety Plan announced for the Festive Season
12 Dec 2019 | Road Safety Highlights
Firstly, let me start by appreciating the support received from Minister of Police Bheki Cele and South African Police. Since my arrival in the Department of Tourism, the sector has raised great concern about safety affecting tourism, to the extent that our international arrivals to South Africa have
Pedestrian Visibility and the Campaign #ISEEYOU
Today the Automobile Association (AA), in collaboration with the FIA, Ford and Michelin, is launching a road safety campaign....
Imperial I-Pledge Scholar Patrol Rollout 215  Schools
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SANRAL Road Conditions December 2009
It is important that motorists plan their trip well in advance. Good planning will contribute towards: Ensuring that...
Truck Driver Fatigue and Alertness on the Road
Introduction to Driver Alertness and the Safety of Truck Drivers South Africa has the 10th largest road network in the...
Speed Limits
EFFECT OF INTERNATIONAL LOWERING OF SPEED LIMITS In Sweden, Great Britain, Finland and other European countries road fatalities...
Ride-sharing/Carpooling and Road Safety
Background Information During Transport Month 2006, the Department of Transport, in partnership with the Gauteng Department...
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