Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe

Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe To promote road safety through education, training, publicity and research in co-operation with stakeholders.
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Drivers, what is the name of this bridge?Clue - It is somewhere in Zimbabwe.
25/09/2020

Drivers, what is the name of this bridge?
Clue - It is somewhere in Zimbabwe.

23/09/2020
Truck Accident

What could have caused this accident? What happened? Was it preventable? Drivers let us discuss?

21/09/2020
Vehicle Maintenance

Maintenance of motor vehicles is an important factor in ensuring road traffic safety.

17/09/2020
Train - Truck Accident

Preventable Accident is one in which the driver failed to exercise every reasonable precaution to prevent the accident, irrespective of whether or not there is property damage or personal injury, the extent of the loss of injury, to whom it occurred and location of the accident.

Was this accident preventable?

15/09/2020
DO NOT TEXT AND DRIVE

An accident is a total loss unless something useful can be learned from it. Look carefully at the driver. What do we learn from the accident in this video?

TSCZ is still closed due to the pandemic. We will advise the public when we open.#Stop accidents before they stop you.
08/09/2020

TSCZ is still closed due to the pandemic. We will advise the public when we open.

#Stop accidents before they stop you.

A view of a beautiful sunset along Samora Machel East Avenue in the capital city, Harare.Safety doesn't happen by accide...
03/09/2020

A view of a beautiful sunset along Samora Machel East Avenue in the capital city, Harare.

Safety doesn't happen by accident.

Accidents do not happen, they are caused.#DriveSlowly
02/09/2020

Accidents do not happen, they are caused.
#DriveSlowly

The weather condition is another factor that can contribute to road traffic accidents. Drivers are encouraged to stay cl...
26/08/2020

The weather condition is another factor that can contribute to road traffic accidents. Drivers are encouraged to stay clear off the road in adverse weather conditions like these shown on the picture.
#EradicateHumanError
#SaveLives

16/08/2020
Distractions

Road users (motorists and pedestrians) should avoid distractions whenever they are using the road to avoid loss of life and property through accidents.

The Traffic Safety Council Of Zimbabwe is still closed through out the country due to the pandemic.Drivers whose DDCs ex...
06/08/2020

The Traffic Safety Council Of Zimbabwe is still closed through out the country due to the pandemic.

Drivers whose DDCs expired after 31 March 2020 can go on our website www.trafficsafety.co.zw and download SI 144 of 2020 under Media Centre.

27/07/2020

Drivers are reminded to "communicate" with the road they are driving on to avoid accidents at road construction points along our highways. Let us hear more of this subject from Mr Tatenda Chinoda the Traffic Safety Council Of Zimbabwe Head Of Communications.

Do not text and drive.#stayhomestaysafe
24/07/2020

Do not text and drive.
#stayhomestaysafe

20/07/2020

Pedestrians are reminded to cross highway roads with care as accidents involving pedestrians are on the rise in new residential areas near major roads. Let us hear the Whitecliff case by our Head Of Communications Mr Tatenda Chinoda.

Behold these two pictures! What is the difference and what is the similarity?
17/07/2020

Behold these two pictures! What is the difference and what is the similarity?

Good road infrastructure with clear markings, signage and furniture  is a factor that helps to minimize road traffic acc...
15/07/2020

Good road infrastructure with clear markings, signage and furniture is a factor that helps to minimize road traffic accidents.

Stop means stop. Stop!!
09/07/2020

Stop means stop. Stop!!

Please find the Statutory Instrument 144 of 2020 and be guided accordingly.
03/07/2020

Please find the Statutory Instrument 144 of 2020 and be guided accordingly.

Defensive driving is the key concept in the Driver Improvement Programme. It represents an approach to the driving task,...
01/07/2020

Defensive driving is the key concept in the Driver Improvement Programme. It represents an approach to the driving task, that, when applied, can lessen your chances of being involved in a motor vehicle accident.

Come and register when we open. We are currently closed due to the lockdown.

#StayHomeStaySafe
#ChikuruKufunga

28/06/2020

Drivers are encouraged to exercise extreme caution especially on parts of the roads that are not well marked with appropriate road signage. Let us hear from the TSCZ Head of Communications, Mr Tatenda Chinoda.

23/06/2020

Courtesy and consideration is essential to avoid congestions on our roads. *Chikuru kufunga pamugwagwa.
*We need thinking drivers on our roads.

A good father is one of the most unsung, unpraised, unnoticed and yet of the most valuable assets in our society. - Bill...
21/06/2020

A good father is one of the most unsung, unpraised, unnoticed and yet of the most valuable assets in our society. - Billy Graham

Happy Fathers` day to all the fathers out there.
#Stay safe on the roads#
#Stay at home#

The Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe has not opened any of its several offices across the country. We will inform you ...
21/06/2020

The Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe has not opened any of its several offices across the country. We will inform you through various media and platforms when we are about to open.
#Remember to adhere to Covid 19 guidelines#
#Safety first there is no second chance#
#Chikuru kufunga#

10/06/2020

Road condition is one of the 6 factors which causes road crashes if adverse. Government is rehabilitating our roads for them to be safer forgiving roads. Play your part, drive at appropriate legal speeds!

Drivers encouraged to exercise caution when approaching a railway crossing to avoid loss of life and property damage.
06/06/2020

Drivers encouraged to exercise caution when approaching a railway crossing to avoid loss of life and property damage.

During this lockdown if you happen to be on the road please remember safety first, there is no second chance.
06/06/2020

During this lockdown if you happen to be on the road please remember safety first, there is no second chance.

REQUIREMENTS FOR DRIVING SCHOOL REGISTRATION1. Certificate of incorporation - in case of a company.2. Memorandum and Art...
05/06/2020

REQUIREMENTS FOR DRIVING SCHOOL REGISTRATION

1. Certificate of incorporation - in case of a company.
2. Memorandum and Articles of Association - in case of a company.
3. Partnership Agreement - in case of a Partnership Registration.
4. Office measuring 14 square meters or more in size.
5. Vehicle with certificate of fitness.
6. Vehicle should have a centre hand brake.
7. Vehicle should have an extra rear-view mirror.
8. Application fee - $25 zwl (current price).
9. Insurance - comprehensive or full third part with learner`s liability.
10. Registration fee - $525 zwl (current price).
11. Vehicle logo - $250 zwl (current price).
12. Premises logo - $200 zwl (current price).
13. Zimra clearance.
14. Bank statement with at least $1000 zwl (current price) or a letter from an approved guarantor.
15. Certified copies of Qualified Instructor/s documents:
- DDC.
- Driver`s license.
- Instructor`s certificate.
16. Director/s`IDs.
17. Directors` proof of residence.
18. Premises, toilets, furniture and open space.
19. Tax clearance certificate of all partners.

STATIONERY
1. A4 Hard cover book for student register.
2. A5 Exercise book for vehicle register.
3. A5 Exercise book for instructor`s register.

05/06/2020

Pedestrians are encouraged to be always alert on the road to avoid vehicle-pedestrian collisions. Let's hear from Mr. T. Chinoda speaking at length on the same issue.

04/06/2020

Drivers are encouraged to adhere to roadblock regulations during this Covid 19 lockdown. Here is our Communications Manager Mr Tatenda Chinoda speaking on the same subject.

The Traffic Safety Council Of Zimbabwe is still closed at all of its regional offices. Our DDC price is still $190 ZWL. ...
29/05/2020

The Traffic Safety Council Of Zimbabwe is still closed at all of its regional offices. Our DDC price is still $190 ZWL. We will communicate through various channels of any new development.

The Traffic Safety Council Of Zimbabwe offices are all still  closed throughout the country until further notice. We wil...
20/05/2020

The Traffic Safety Council Of Zimbabwe offices are all still closed throughout the country until further notice. We will keep you updated on any developments. Thank you.

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Good morning TSCZ
I write to seek clarification on Why is it that defensive driving course is said to expire, I haven't seen any course in that is said to expire, doctors, nurses, plumbers, drivers etc???
Makadii zvenyu...ndinokumbirawo kubvunza kuti change of surname imarii uye ndinokwanisa kuzviita here zvinhu izvi?
This behavior needs to stop now. What are we doing to cab this virus
We need online courses for some of us in exile
How much DDC (defensive) now
Who can I contact to verify a driver Defensive driver lisence is valid
How much to train for defencive driving
There is a deadly pothole when approaching the last bridge towards Chivhu. Do something pliiz
Pane angaitawo ruzivo here, kuti maoffice ekumaLicence anovharwa musiwani plz help
please fellow motorists be patient when these long haulage are turning, patently they do require (2) lanes to turn,those who drive small vehicles PLIZ DONT TAKE CHANCES.