Crime: Pledge to stop breaking rules of the road

2008-07-07 00:00

Two local organisations, South Africans Against Drunk Driving (Sadd) and Awesome South Africa, are calling on everyone to pledge to stop crime on the roads by always buckling up, staying within the speed limit and not drinking and driving.

Awesome SA says: ‘Taking action as a group is powerful. There are more organisations forming throughout South Africa to make changes to create the South Africa we all want to live in.

he Movement for Good (, an FNB initiative, has called on all South Africans who support the movement to get to know your police and commit with the police to live within the law.’ More information from, and

Making their way to the Town Hill police station on Saturday morning to make their pledge with local police were (left to right) Peggy Smith, Annie Perks, Inspector Mchunu, Di Smith, Sergeant Madonda and Caro Smit.

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