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Learning made fun for children

Low Engen-Kleva-Kids---ThumbUsing drama and song, Engen KlevaKidz teaches young children about safety regarding paraffin. The highly flammable fuel is used by many disadvantaged households for cooking and heating.

Wiser Driver promises safer taxis

wiser-driver---thumbTaxi drivers are notoriously bad drivers, and commuters are often too scared to speak up about unsafe taxis. But Wiser Driver is working with commuters, owners, associations and drivers to overcome this and make the roads safer for everybody.

African airports conference tackles safety

African airports conference tackles safety, service

As Africa rises, air travel gains popularity, easing travel for business and pleasure. The 23rd Airports Council International Africa Regional Assembly tackled making air travel in Africa safer and friendlier to tourists and investors.

Women and Girls Summit tackles issues affecting African women

The inaugural Women and Girls Summit 2014 will bring together a thousand women from all over Africa to discuss social, health and economic issues.

Fighting gender violence ‘everyone’s duty’

It is the duty of all South Africans to play their part in the fight against the abuse of women and children, Brand South Africa said as this year's 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children campaign got under way.

South Africans rise against rape

South Africans rose up in protest against women-related violence at a gathering at Wits University, organised by global campaign One Billion Rising. Men and women alike urged President Zuma to take firm action against the scourge.

Revamping Gauteng’s freeways

Greater safety is promised on Gauteng’s roads with the South African National Roads Agency’s announcement of streamlined emergency services for motorists, while a section of freeway notorious for traffic accidents has also been improved.
Think pedestrian – and save lives

World Cup 'a lesson in tackling abuse'

‘Look after children over festive season’

As festive season celebrations get into full swing around South Africa, the Justice and Constitutional Development Department has called on parents to take care of their children and not neglect them during the festivities.
Thumbs-up for South Africa's crime stats

Afcon safety, security systems ‘in place’

South Africa has put effective plans in place to ensure a safe and secure 2013 Africa Cup of Nations tournament, Deputy Police Minister Maggie Sotyu told reporters in Pretoria on Tuesday.

Child Line: protecting our ‘most valuable resource’

Over 200 representatives from child helplines, child protection organisations and private partner gathered at the KZN Science Centre in Durban to tackle common proplems faced by Child Line's throughout the world.

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