Road safety campaign launched for truck drivers

Eileen van der Schyff

A Road Safety Campaign of the Walvis Bay Corridor Group, in conjunction with the Trans Kalahari Corridor Secretariat, was launched at the Katima Mulilo weighbridge recently. The National Road Safety Council sponsors this latest drive to promote road safety on Namibia’s various transport corridors to neighbouring countries.

“The campaign is aimed at raising awareness of road safety among truck drivers and their importance of keeping the economy moving, appreciating truck drivers as frontline heroes during Covid-19”, reads a joint statement.
The Mayor of Katima Mulilo, Cllr Lister Shamalaza, was the guest of honour at the launch. The Mayor delivered a keynote address on behalf of the Governor of the Zambezi Region, Alfea Sampofu.
At the end of the event, the team handed out tokens of appreciation to truck drivers passing the Katima Mulilo roadblock.

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