702 Road Safety Learner Initiative ends Transport Month

A group of learners from Lakeview Primary School in Soweto, Panorama Primary on the West Rand, St Theresa's Convent in Coronationville and Providence Academy in the Joburg CBD attended a special road safety intervention at 702 on Monday 28 October.

It was a joint initiative between 702 and Rehana Moosajee Consulting with the assistance of the JMPD.

The learners looked at issues of road safety affecting them and their schools and came up with plans to implement programmes at their schools.

Together with the JMPD, they also took part in an observational exercise monitoring road traffic infringements in the Sandton CBD.

They were shocked to find out how many adults were SMSsing and talking on their cellphones while driving.

The afternoon concluded with some of the learners interviewed on Xolani Gwala's show, with the learners sharing their experiences with 702 listeners.

Xolani Gwala interviewing some of the learners observing traffic violations in the Sandton CBD

Xolani Gwala interviewed some of the learners after their training experience at 702.

Two of the learners in the studio with Xolani Gwala

And Udo Carelse spoke to Rehana Moosajee about facilitating the road safety experince with the learners.


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