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09 Dec 2022 | Road Safety in the Media
South Africa relies heavily on its road infrastructure to support daily economic activity. As a result, all manner of freight is currently being transported on our road network to every corner of the country and beyond our borders. Trucks constitute approximately 44% of all vehicles travelling on
09 Sep 2022 | Road Safety in the Media
The South African Tyre Manufacturers Conference (SATMC) - a representative body of the four tyre manufacturing companies in the Southern African Customs Union (“SACU”), welcomes the International Trade Administration Commission’s (ITAC) publication of provisional payments on unfairly
05 Dec 2021 | Road Safety in the Media
This evening Kwazulu Private Ambulance Service responded to the R620 in Shelly Beach for reports of a collision. When emergency services arrived they found that a vehicle and taxi had been involved in a collision. Paramedics quickly assessed the scene and found that 2 patients had sustained serious
11 Oct 2021 | Road Safety in the Media
Gauteng: Monday morning Netcare 911 with the SAPS, JMPD and local CPF were invited to Horizon View Primary School, in Horizon View in Roodepoort for an emergency services meet and greet road safety campaign. The children were given talks by each service regarding the role they each play. Some of the
29 Apr 2020 | Road Safety in the Media
The Road Freight Association (RFA) is concerned about aspects of the controlled relaxing of the lockdown, with specific regard to the opening of road freight operations and logistics after 1 May 2020, as presented at the Government’s media briefing on 25 April 2020. We urge that Government
08 Feb 2020 | Road Safety in the Media
As our days get shorter, and nights get longer, more and more drivers will be driving into the sun either on their way to work, or back home in the evening. While the sunrises and sunsets may be spectacular, driving with the glare in your face creates a hazard that could cause problems. “Driving
23 Jan 2020 | Road Safety in the Media
The number of festive season road deaths is not certain to decrease as announced by Transport Minister Fikile Mabalula in Pretoria today (Subs: 23 Jan), says the Automobile Association (AA). This is due to the fact that the numbers given today are preliminary, and not the final audited number of recorded
15 Dec 2019 | Road Safety in the Media
ER24 arrived on the scene at 18:35 last night to find all the passengers lying on the ground outside the vehicle. Three were found to have suffered serious injuries, while the others, including the child, had suffered minor injuries. Two of the adults were female, the others were all male and all
01 Jul 2019 | Road Safety in the Media
Identifying uncorrected poor vision as a key road safety challenge, Essilor, the world leader in ophthalmic optics, and the Automobile Association (AA) have joined forces to launch a series of initiatives to improve road safety by improving road users’ vision. During the FIA World Conference,

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