Change of Time for Media Briefing on Preliminary Easter Road Safety Report

01 May 2019 | Department of Transport


Transport Minister, Dr. Bonginkosi Blade Nzimande, will be releasing the preliminary report on the 2019 Easter Road Safety Campaign on Thursday, 02 May 2019 at the Government Communication Information Systems (GCIS) offices at 13h00.

The initial proposed time was 10h30 and it is now rescheduled to take place at 13h00 due to other equally pressing commitments in the morning.

Members who intend to set-up for live broadcast are advised to arrive on time to setup.

The Minister’s preliminary report will give an overview of joint multi-faceted law enforcement, education and awareness operations undertaken over the Easter period throughout the country and a comparison and analysis of the successes and shortcomings of the campaign.

Minister Nzimande will be joined during the briefing by the MECs for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison as well as authorities and officials responsible for road safety, traffic and law enforcement in the country.

The details of the media briefing are as follows:

Date: Thursday, 02 May 2019

Time: 13H00

Venue: GCIS Tshedimosetso House, 1035 cnr Frances Baard and Festival Street,
Hatfield, Pretoria
NB: Journalists based in Cape Town can participate in the briefing via a video link from Pretoria to the GCIS media center at Parliament in Cape Town.
Members of the media attending the briefing are requested to

confirm their attendance with Tshegofatso Maake on 063 281 9453 or email maaket@dot.gov.za / Luthando Ngilana on 071 680 3445 or email luthandon@rtmc.co.za.

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