Sarf news letter August 2016

Dear Members and Colleagues

It is with sheer disbelief that we find ourselves now in the latter half of 2016. However, we are pleased to announce that the past year has been a fruitful one for the South African Road Federation (SARF), where the subject of road safety has become as ingrained as our commitment towards providing quality education and training.

During the year we have presented no less than 66 courses attended by 1440 participants. Earlier this year, SARF participated in the annual South African Transport Conference (SATC). Described as one of the industry’s premier events and endorsed by the Minister of Transport, this conference brings together leading local and international transport professionals to engage on key issues facing the African transport sector.

SARF had the opportunity to present its first Road Safety Audit Workshop at the SATC, and reinforce its commitment to working with all stakeholders to bring about increased levels of road safety in South Africa. With the month of August marking our country’s annual Women’s Day, we are also pleased to announce that SARF was invited by the City of Cape Town to provide further training assistance to all of its participants in an initiative with Transport for Cape Town (TCT).

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