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Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe

The Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe (TSCZ) exists in terms of the Traffic Safety Act (Chapter 13: 17) and aims to operate at the highest level of performance in the promotion of road safety in order to reduce deaths, injury and property damage on Zimbabwe’s roads.The Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe emerged from the Zimbabwe Traffic Safety Board which originated from a voluntary organisation composed of area associations in Harare, Bulawayo, Gweru and Mutare.

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Road Traffic Crash Statistics – November 2023

1
Total Road Crashes
1
Total Fatalities
1
Total Persons Injured

2023 ANNUAL ROAD TRAFFIC CRASH STATISTICS

Source : Zimbabwe Republic Police

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Lupane
Event: Defensive Driving Course
Venue: Kusile Rural District Council Guest House
Dates: 16-17 March 2024 (0800hrs)
Chirundu
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Dates: 28-29 February 2024 (0800hrs)
Zvishavane
Event: Defensive Driving Course
Venue: Zvishavane Lions Club
Dates: 28-29 February 2024 (0800hrs)
Kwekwe
Event: Defensive Driving Course
Venue: Anglican Cathedral
Dates: 06-07 March 2024 (0800hrs)
Dete
Event: Defensive Driving Course
Venue: Twinkle Driving School
Dates: 24-25 February 2024 (0800hrs)
Hwange
Event: Defensive Driving Course
Venue: Hwange Government High School
Dates: 26-27 February 2024 (0800hrs)
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The Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe emerged from the Zimbabwe Traffic Safety Board which originated from a voluntary organisation composed of area associations in Harare (then Salisbury), Bulawayo, Gweru (then Gwelo) and Mutare (then Umtali).

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