Persistent rise in crime a major concern to South Africans

The release of crime statistics this morning by the South African Police Services (SAPS) has highlighted the importance of South Africans taking extra precautions to ensure their personal safety, as well as to protect their personal belongings.

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Safeguarding Against El Niño Damages

The world is in the grip of extreme climate change, seeing the El Niño weather pattern creating extreme weather across the globe, with South Africa by no means being unaffected.

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Not only traffic to think about with roadworks on JHBs M1

29 February 2016: The planned roadworks on Johannesburg’s M1 highway have officially kicked off, with traffic congestion at the start of this week giving an indication of the delays frustrated road users can expect for the foreseeable future.

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What you need to know before hiring a house sitter

If you have planned a holiday away from your house this December, you might be considering hiring a house sitter.

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Lessons from the festive season carnage for Easter

The recent 2015/2016 preliminary festive season report released by Transport Minister Dipuo Peters shows a staggering 14 per cent increase in road deaths in South Africa, compared to a similar period in the previous year.

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What to know when buying a new car in 2016

It is no secret that financial times are tough for South Africans, and are set to become even more fraught as the effects of various negative economic factors come into play during 2016.

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