Exhausted? You probably are after a long year. Before you embark on a holiday road trip, make sure you rest up because according to a recent report, the risk of you being involved in a car accident spikes with every hour of lost sleep.
Public urged to avoid the unsuitable and unlawful use of fireworks this festive season
After what was undoubtedly a tough year for many, we are all looking forward to some rest and relaxation during the upcoming festive season. Diwali, the celebration of light, and Guy Fawkes were recently celebrated across South Africa, with other celebratory events such as New Year’s Day still ahead of us.
On Saturday, 03 December 2016 music lovers gathered at Laerskool Stadium in Burgersfort and danced to what is now sadly Sfiso Ncwane’s last performance in Limpopo during the Praise and Worship Gospel Festival hosted by Ziyaphenduka Marketing and Events Logistics in partnership with the SABC.
You heard it. Somewhere while you were driving today, you heard it. Your car made a noise.
“It doesn’t always take a mechanic to know when there’s something awry with your car. If you felt or heard something that seems out of the ordinary while driving, it’s worth investigating,” says Elmarie Twilley, spokesperson of Afrikaans insurance company, Virseker.
It is with a heavy heart that we announce that Ben Conrad Filmalter, founder of Mugg & Bean, passed away peacefully this morning after his battle with Leukaemia.
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Limpopo’s MEC of Agriculture and Rural Development Joyce “Joy” Matshoge died in a car accident on N1 South near Mokopane last night, Saturday (June 25).
Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) mourns the death of seven University of the Witwatersrand students that perished in a tragic vehicle accident on Monday on the N1 highway on their way back from Limpopo.
Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) mourns the death of Mrs Dudu Mchunu, the wife of former MUT Chancellor Mr Willies Mchunu (2010 – 2014), who is also the Kwazulu-Natal MEC for Transport‚ Community Safety and Liaison. Mrs Mchunu passed away on Saturday, 23 April 2016, at Durban’s Inkosi Albert Luthuli Hospital after a long illness.
Strap in this Easter, urges emergency service provider
The use of safety belts in motor vehicles is without doubt responsible for saving the lives of countless South Africans every year. Those planning to travel by roads over the upcoming holiday period should therefore always make a point of wearing a seatbelt, urges emergency medical services provider Netcare 911.