South Africa is currently ranking in the top 5 cybercrime hot spots globally and therefor businesses are posed with a serious threat. Annual Crime Statistics Report that digital crime increased by 4.9% from previous years with more than R2.6 million in losses for unsuspecting victims. Read more
No matter how careful you are on South African Roads, the reality is that you are at the mercy of other people. Unfortunately, chances are good that you will be involved in a car accident at some point along the road (pun intended), whether it be a minor bumper bashing or something more serious. Read more
14 500 wild fires were tackled in 2018 in the Western Cape alone. This seasons fires were more fierce than last years, with fire lines up to 180km long. Since 2012 the fire department has upped its firefighting aerial support from 8 to 26 firefighting aircraft.
According to Suzuki Auto Blog, every 32 minutes a car in South Africa is hijacked, meaning that 46 cars are hijacked across the country per day. With these horrifying statistics we are faced with questions like whether or not to get car insurance, install a tracker or park our cars in the street while visiting friends.
According to Times Live a total of 1612 people died on our roads during the 2018/2019 festive season. The report covered the period from December 1, 2018 to January 8, 2019.
With over 134 000 road deaths over the last 10 years, what are the predominant causes of these accidents?