Black Management Forum in partnership with Brand SA and Mpumalanga Community Safety and Liaison had a Road Safety Awareness campaign just before the Easter holidays.
Their program started at Lifalethu Primary School whereby they also honoured the school patrollers for their outstanding work.
Brand SA also arranged actors that helped to teach learners about road safety through acting.
The play was meant to teach young people to stick to the basic rules of the road before they cross the streets.
Learners also received great prizes during question and answers session.
The campaign proceeded to Bethal where they handed out pamphlets and engaged motorists, encouraging them to drive safe.
The Bethal campaign was in the form of road block and also partnered with Eskom.
Motorists were reminded to rest after every two hours and not to drink and drive.
Ms Tony Gumede from Brand South Africa said their role was to remind motorists to drive safe so that they are able to attracts investors in the country. Brand SA is a state owned entity and the official marketing agency for SA, responsible for profiling the country.