In South Africa, the rules for zebra crossings are as follows:
- Vehicles must yield to pedestrians who are crossing or waiting to cross at a zebra crossing.
- Pedestrians have the right of way on the zebra crossing, and drivers must come to a complete stop if pedestrians are on or approaching the crossing.
- Vehicles should not overtake or pass other vehicles within six meters of a zebra crossing.
- Drivers should not park or stop their vehicles on a zebra crossing or within five meters of it.
- Pedestrians should exercise caution when crossing and should not step onto the zebra crossing suddenly or without ensuring that the approaching vehicles have enough time to stop.
- It is important for both drivers and pedestrians to remain vigilant and attentive at zebra crossings to ensure safety.
Remember to always comply with traffic regulations and exercise caution to ensure the safety of pedestrians and drivers alike.