- Commuters in Gauteng will receive a huge boost thanks to a partnership between OUTsurance, Traffic Freeflow Tshwane and Gauteng Public Transport and Roads
- The OUTsurance Pointsmen have been retrained as sanitisation specialists and will utilise their skills on taxis in Gauteng
- The teams will visit ranks and transport nodes across the province
It's a case of all hands on deck in South Africa when it comes to the fight against Covid-19.
A prime example of this is the way that the private sector and government have teamed up to come up with another superb initiative.
A partnership between OUTsurance, Traffic Freeflow Tshwane and Gauteng Public Transport and Roads will ensure the safety of commuters in Gauteng.
News of the partnership was confirmed via the OUTsurance website on Tuesday.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the the OUTsurance Pointsmen have been retrained as sanitisation specialists.
The teams will visit ranks and transport nodes across the province to ensure the vehicles are safe to travel in.
CEO of OUTsurance, Danie Matthee, said: “We are all united in our efforts to flatten the curve, so involving the OUTsurance Pointsmen makes a lot of sense to us. It is a privilege to be able to assist in keeping commuters and the vehicles in which they travel, safe. The health and safety of people doing essential work every day is of critical importance.”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a man called on officials to permanently employ a homeless man who directs traffic.
Lesego Setlhareng shared a video of the man directing traffic and called on OUTsurance to hire him.
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