Botnar Child Road Safety Challenge

Pretoria

Capital City
USD 0
GNI per Capital‚Äč

Middle income country

Income Country

0

Population

Baseline Road traffic injury data (2016)

15,099

Reported road traffic deaths

217,605

GBD estimated serious injuries

8.6%

Cost as % of country GDP

25.9

WHO estimated road traffic death rate per 100,000 population

18

WHO estimated road traffic death rate per 100,000 population for the World

Baseline legislations and policies (2016)

60km/hr

Current national urban speed limit

<0.05 g/dl

BAC limit for novice drivers

Yes

Motorcycle helmet law

Some

UN Vehicle standards in place

Country resources:

South Africa Road Safety Country Profile 2016 (World Bank)
South Africa Country Profile 2018 (WHO)

South Africa has one road safety target, to reduce fatalities by 50% with a timeline of 2010 - 2020

Surveyed Road Safety Statistics: 93% no formal footpaths, 92% no pedestrian crossings, 100% undivided with vehicle speeds >80kph

Reference World Bank South Africa Road Safety Country Profile 2016

SOUTH AFRICA ROAD TRAFFIC DEATH RATE IN 2019

ROAD TRAFFIC DEATH RATES PER 100,000 POPULATION BY AGE RANGE, SOUTH AFRICA 2019

CAUSES OF ROAD TRAFFIC DEATHS AMONG <20'S IN SOUTH AFRICA BOTH SEXES 2019

ROAD TRAFFIC DEATH RATE PER 100,000 POPULATION BY ROAD USERS GROUPS AND SEX (<20 YEARS OLD, SOUTH AFRICA, 2019)

STAKEHOLDERS ENGAGED

South Africa

Government officials partnered with and trained
0
Students engaged via training, education, and competitions
0
Teachers benefited from capacity building
0
Schools improved by road safety engineering
0
Parents trained and educated
0
Police officials collaborated with and trained
0
Drivers benefited from capacity building
0

PROJECTS IN SOUTH AFRICA