How to cope with COVID lock down in Botswana

Adjusting to life in a COVID-19 Botswana Lock Down has required a significant transition in a matter of days. For many of us, we’ve never had to stay home for extended periods. How do we adjust to these changes without coming apart at the seams? For children, it might seem confusing and even frustrating that …

Tips on how to protect your battery during COVID-19 Lockdwon

Be sure to take steps to ensure your car is in good working condition, and ready when you need it. As Botswana adjusts to the 28-day lock down to flatten the curve of COVID-19, an unforeseen consequence may occur. While we strive to protect ourselves and our community by staying home, we may inadvertently cause …

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The EA991 Driving Academy will be expanding its Driver Training operations. EA991 Driving Academy, a sister company of the well-known and trusted Emergency Assist 991, is proud to be a BQA registered and accredited ETP. This “Call for Expression of Interest” is open for Individual Driver Training Instructors, for the courses listed below. EA991 Driving Academy …

Emergency Assist 991, FIA and SORSA Botswana have partnered with iRAP to ensure Safer Roads to Schools for our children. iRAP (the International Road Assessment Programme) is the umbrella programme for Road Assessment Programmes (RAPs) worldwide that are working to save lives. iRAP’s Risk Mapping, Star Rating, Safer Roads Investment Plans and Policy and Performance …

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For countries in a phase of rapid motorization, roads are often built without due consideration for the communities they pass through. A shift in mind set is desperately needed to ensure that roads everywhere serve the needs of and are safe for all who use them, including children. On Wednesday 26th June 2019, Emergency Assist …

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  It was a mildly warm winter afternoon when we got a call from a client who was in need of urgent medical assistance. Our team of highly trained paramedics rushed to the scene and were able to pick up the patient. Unfortunately on their way to the hospital one of the paramedics, Morne Van …