Drama is used to teach road safety in South Africa

The United Nations decade of action on road safety has been launched this week to save lives around the world. The aim of the decade is to prevent road accidents that claim 1.3 million lives every year and leave millions of others injured or permanently disabled. In South Africa Moira Winslow runs an organization called Drive Alive, which uses a drama group called “Syabonana” to teach school children about road safety. She explained to Derrick Mbatha how the organization came about.

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