New bill poses increased tighter laws for driving under the influence

Recent reports of on-going traffic accidents and carnage on South African roads has caused alarm and serious concern.

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Load shedding raises security and insurance concerns for South Africans

The on-going energy crisis in South Africa which has resulted in continuing power outages across the country, has left many highly frustrated due to the major disruptions to businesses, households and traffic taking place.

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Uber raises new questions for insurance industry

Uber, the real-time cab sharing application and taxi service, has become the talk of global communities in its ability to provide users a safe and easy means of transport. However, alongside this revolutionary transport phenomenon, questions around passenger liability have also been raised.

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Personal safety for ecomobility commuters

This October, Johannesburg will be host to the EcoMobility World Festival, in celebration of the environmentally friendly movement of people in major cities, as well as in promotion of decongesting these traffic hubs. During EcoMobility Month, personal vehicle access to Sandton’s CBD will be restricted through the closing of a number of roads, in order to provision these routes for public transport, walking and cycling.

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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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