Traffic safety council launches holiday campaign

The Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe has launched the 2017 Heroes holiday campaign aimed at reduce road carnages.
Speaking to YA FM news, Traffic safety council of Zimbabwe spokesperson Mr Tatenda Chinoda urged the public to take an active participation in ensuring road safety. He also urged commuters to speak out against reckless driving.
The campaigns are expected to continue throughout the holiday with teams already deployed along major road high ways.
AT least 13 people died and 67 others were injured in separate road accidents that occurred during last year`s Heroes’ Day and Deference Forces’ Day holidays, with police citing speeding as the major contributing factor.