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OHORONGO CEMENT AFRICA DAY ROAD SAFETY CAMPAIGN A SUCCESS


Windhoek 31 May -Ohorongo Cement employees engaged more than 1000 motorists on the B1 between Otavi and
Tsumeb on Thursday 24 May 2018, at a roadblock on the B1 road near the Ohorongo Cement Plant entrance.

The road block was managed by the Otavi Police and Traffic officers, under the direct leadership of Chief Inspector Shipepe. Ohorongo Cement’s Health and Safety Coordinator, Junge Jansen said that the initiative  also contributed to an Accident free Africa Day long weekend,  especially on the B1 road from Otjiwarongo towards the northern regions of the country.” Thank you to every motorist that heeded our call to be courteous and respectful towards other drivers,” said Junge Jansen.

Ohorongo employees also used the
opportunity to collect waste from motorists,
which would have ended up along the
national roads.

The participation of Ohorongo Cement employees is one of many ways used by the company to compliment the road safety awareness campaign efforts of the National Road Safety Council. The MVA Fund also assisted during the initiative.