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1 - 31 October
October was declared Transport Month in 2005 during the Transport Lekgotla. Transport Month will be hosted under the theme: “Together we move South Africa Forward.” The month long programme will showcase transport infrastructure projects, promote the use of public transport and advance the country’s road safety initiatives.

Transport Minister, Ms. Dipuo Peters, will officially launch the 2016 Transport Month Campaign (OTM) on Saturday, 1 October 2016 in Mmorogong village, near Tlhatlhaganyane in the Moses Kotane Local Municipality, North West Province.

Government is investing in the transport sector which is part of the country’s Nine-Point Plan to stimulate development and create jobs. Our public transport investments are part of building and operating an integrated public transport network across the country.

Investments in rail infrastructure is making rail the backbone of our passenger and freight transport system. Government has embarked on one of the world’s biggest rail projects to overhaul passenger trains. The new trains will operate with greater efficiency as they will carry more than 1 300 passengers and travel at a top speed of 160 km/h.










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Women's Month August 2014  – South Africa commemorates Women’s Month in August as a tribute to the more than 20 000 women who marched to the Union Buildings on 9 August 1956 in protest against the extension of Pass Laws to women. The Government of South Africa declared August women’s month and 9 August is celebrated annually as Women’s Day

Mandela Day is a global call to action for citizens of the world to take up the challenge and follow in the formidable footsteps of Madiba, a man who transformed his life, served his country and freed his people. Its objective is to inspire individuals to take action to help change the world for the better and in so doing, to build a global movement for good. 

The question we must ask ourselves is what we are doing to make the world a better place; what are we doing to make every day a Mandela Day?

Mandela Day is dynamic and ever-changing: it belongs to everyone and can take place anywhere, at any time. We urge everyone to find inspiration for their contribution in the legacy of Nelson Mandela and to serve their fellow humans every day.










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