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Global Road Safety Leadership Course 2018

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The Global Road Safety Partnership, in partnership with the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit (JH-IIRU), hosted the second Regional Global Road Safety Leadership Course in Nairobi, Kenya on the March 4 – 16, 2018. The course is offered twice each year, and is made possible by the generous support of Bloomberg Philanthropies, as part of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety (BIGRS).

The two-week training program aims to build leadership capacity to understand, design, advocate for, and implement effective road safety programs and policies among people who are active in road safety activities from low- and middle-income countries. Participants, who are nominated by key partner organisations within the BIGRS, are drawn from a wide field of expertise including enforcement, policy, urban design, infrastructure, law, and journalism. GRSP ZA General Manager, Lucky Molaudzi was privlaged to attend the course in Kenya on behalf of GRSP South Africa. The course covered topics drawn from the Decade of Action on Road Safety's five pillars of action, which were delivered by experts from GRSP, JH-IIRU, WHO and others.


Festive Season Fatal Crashes & Fatalities Statistics 2017

Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi released the preliminary festive season road safety report on Monday, the 22 January 2018.

(Please click here for Festive Season Fatal Crashes & Fatalities Statistics 2017)

Maswanganyi said preliminary reports show that fatalities for the period starting 1 December 2017 to 9 January 2018 were 1 527 people, compared to 1 714 fatalities reported in the same period the previous year.

He reported that all the efforts put in to promoting safe road usage have given an improved picture during this festive season holiday.


Ngizoba Safe Routes to School Programme in eThekwini

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Over seven thousand children in Durban, eThekwini are benefitting from the Safe Routes to School Programme which has been implemented by the eThekwini Municipality. The research project which has been piloted at eight schools by the Road Safety Branch of the Transport Authority since January 2016, is funded by the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson and co-ordinated by the Global Road Safety Partnership South Africa.


Make Road Safety Your Priority this Holiday!

The festive season is around the corner, when most of us will be off from work or school, we tend to get busy with holiday shopping and social events. During this time of year we are also faced with more road congestion and people tend to travel longer distances on unfamiliar roads. Statistics show that during the festive season road users are more likely to be fatigued, speeding and/or driving under the influence of alcohol. GRSP South Africa would like to encourage road users to follow some of these road safety tips for this festive season:

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