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Community Safety, Security and Liaison MEC Vusi Shongwe said that teachers must become
safety ambassadors by teaching their learners the importance of road safety.
According to him, if road safety was instilled to people at a young age, the country
would see fewer crashes and fatalities in future.
Shongwe was speaking during the launch of a Computerized Learners License Testing
mobile unit at Breyten near Ermelo in Masizakhe Secondary School yesterday [01 June
At the same event, the MEC also handed over K53 books to eight schools in the province
Masizakhe Secondary School, Jandrell Secondary School, Zikhetheleni Secondary School,
Agricultural School, Mpumelelo Secondary School, Ben Matloshe Secondary School, Bhekiswayo
Secondary School and Sundra Secondary School.