Holiday Safety Tips: Driving, Home, and Personal Safety

As the holiday season approaches, many of us are gearing up for road trips and holidays. While holiday travel can be exciting, it’s crucial to prioritise safety during this time. Here is a list of safety tips and suggestions that cover driving, home, and personal safety to

Be safe this Easter 

The Easter holidays are just around the corner, and parents are gearing up to keep their children safe while they enjoy a hard-earned break from school. As parents, we know that safety is your top priority. That’s why we are here to offer some valuable tips to ensure your child

Running Microsoft Exchange – Please take note

A recently found Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerability has been discovered. The vulnerability affects onsite implementations and if exploited it could give an attacker unauthorized access to and control of the network which would exist even after applying the necessary patches.

Residents reminded to ‘beware imposters and scammers’

Residents of the southern suburbs of Cape Town have been reminded to be careful about potential scams and imposters. The warning comes after an attempted scam that was reported by a Constantia resident earlier this week. “My wife received a call from someone claiming to be from

South Africa’s strict new driving laws planned for this year

The new Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act is expected to be formally introduced in 2021, along with the country’s new demerit system. In October, Transport minister Fikile Mbalula gazetted the latest draft of the Aarto regulations, detai

Large number of South African workers will likely be based at home permanently

South African businesses predict that in three years’ time a third of their staff (33%) will still be working from home. This is not a significant change from the current pandemic and lockdown-driven level of 38%, research by global advisory, broking, and solutions company Will

Standard Bank records surge in digital payments adoption

Consumers shied away from cash and gravitated towards digital payment solutions during the national lockdown according to statistics from Standard Bank’s card division. South Africans were asked to stay at home between April and September 2020, and this sudden change in cir

South Africa’s new driving rules are coming – here’s what you will get demerit points for

Transport minister Fikile Mbalula has gazetted the latest draft of the administrative adjudication of road traffic offences (Aarto) regulations, detailing how the country’s new demerit system will work. The 540-page directive states that the new Aarto Act is due for a

Load Shedding: 9 Ways To Protect Your Property

South Africa’s power utility Eskom has announced stage 2 load shedding due to  the increase in generation unit breakdowns. Load shedding is scheduled to take place from 08:00 and will continue until 22:00 with a high possibility that it may be escalated to stage 3 for the

Good news! Licence renewals grace period extended to the end of November 2020

Motorists can have a huge sigh of relief as it has been announced expired licence renewals have been extended to end of November 2020. Those South African citizens who are abandoned abroad and the millions of motorists who have been battling to renew their vehicle or drivers lice