[WATCH] Drunk Driving: Survivors share their stories

In an hour long interview with Azania Mosaka, survivors Chavani Mhinga, Steve Harris, as well as Kirsten Hugo who was once arrested for drinking and driving, share their stories.

Drive Dry, previously known for its award-winning scare campaign ‘Papa Wag Vir Jou’, has also used the power of story telling to try and change South Africans’ behaviour towards drinking and driving.

Watch the full video campaign below....


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