Deputy Speaker, on behalf of the DA, I hereby move without notice:
That the House -
1) notes the recent passing of Mrs Moira Winslow, the former Chairperson of the Drive Alive Road Safety Campaign, and expresses its gratitude for the immense contribution she made to the cause of road safety in South Africa;
2) further notes that, on 24 March 1985, Moira Winslow's 28-year-old daughter, 13-year-old son and her two grandchildren were killed in a tragic collision on the road to Polokwane;
3) acknowledges that this tragic loss of her children and grandchildren motivated Mrs Winslow to set up the Drive Alive campaign to educate schoolchildren on all aspects of road safety; 4) recalls that the Drive Alive Drama Group performed a play in schools all over South Africa to educate South African schoolchildren about the importance of road safety for drivers and pedestrians;
5) further recalls that between 2008 and 2009 the Drive Alive Drama Group performed at 201 primary schools in Soweto and taught 94 000 Soweto schoolchildren all aspects of road safety;
6) further acknowledges the tragic death this weekend of Minister Collins Chabane and his bodyguards on the same stretch of road on which Mrs Winslow's children were killed almost 30 years ago, and that so much more still needs to be done to improve road safety in South Africa; and
7) expresses its deep condolences to the Winslow family on the passing of Moira and its deep gratitude for all that she did to try and make South African roads a safer place.