Learners want road safety education to be part of the school curriculum

Nhlonipho Mkhatswa, Simphiwe Khoza, Senelile Dlamini, Karabo Lubisi and Nothando Manana from Lugebhuta Secondary School will represent the province at a national competition.

Learners want road safety education to be part of the school curriculum.

They shared these sentiments at the Mpumalanga Provincial Participatory Educational Techniques (PET) Competition that was held at the Kinross Sasol Club on Saturday, 16 September.

They argued that road crashes will be reduced and safety will be improved if knowledge of road safety and road regulations are instilled from a young age and on a regular basis.

 

Read the complete article in the Ridge Times.

 

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Nhlonipho Mkhatswa, Simphiwe Khoza, Senelile Dlamini, Karabo Lubisi and Nothando Manana from Lugebhuta Secondary School will represent the province at a national competition.

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Sifiso Mathebula
Journalist

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