Health & Safety

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Drama Camps

by onRoute

Bakwena is involved in various Corporate Social Investment (CSI) programmes, one of which includes their involvement in edutainment workshops.

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Chekicoast Truckers Initiative

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We are well into the second half of the year and our CSI projects are keeping us on our toes!

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The Science of Eating Right

by onRoute

With four unique blood types, why shouldn't we have four specialized diet plans?

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ER24

Staying Afloat This Summer

During the summer holiday period more people frequent the beaches and pools to cool off and have fun. However, what starts as fun could potentially be life-threatening.

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Scholar Patrol Initiative

by onRoute

In South Africa, every year over 570 children are killed in pedestrian accidents. The IMPERIAL I-Pledge road safety Scholar Patrol initiative, is trying to change this tragic phenomenon.

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MAYFAT

by onRoute

Mission of African Young Adults and Teenagers (MAFYAT) Training is a programme conceived with a passion and future for youth in mind. It is one of a number of programmes run by

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First-of-its-Kind Free App

Discover the Treasures of the Platinum Road

Narrated by Talk Radio 702’s David O’Sullivan, the app contains amazing true tales taken from Bakwena’s best selling new book – The Platinum Road, by Peter Delmar.

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Pedestrian safety

SA death rate twice the world average!

CEO of Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concessionaire, Graeme Blewitt, emphasises the need for road safety measures to curb pedestrian accidents.

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Smash-and-Grab

A South African Reality

Even though it is not always possible to avoid the so called hot spots, it is possible to reduce the risk of becoming a smash and grab victim.

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SANBS - The Importance of Blood Donation

Saving Lives

The aim is to collect 3000 units of blood on a daily basis to meet the country’s demand, but securing and maintaining a safe blood supply is a constant challenge.