6 ways to make your neighbourhood a safer place

May 28, 2019

Many of us don’t know our neighbours. We come and go quietly and at best might acknowledge them with the wave of a hand but seldom do we take the time to go over, introduce ourselves and act neighbourly. The downside of our more insular and isolated society is that neighbours who know each other […]

The mental battle after the car crash

May 24, 2019

Some people can struggle mentally in the wake of a crash. If this happens to you, it’s important to get help. It might be a crash where you were the driver, a passenger, a pedestrian or even just an observer. Lynda Matthews, the Head of the Rehabilitation Counselling Unit at the University of Sydney, says […]

SA has the highest reported rate of economic crime in the world

May 13, 2019

The Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey, released by PwC, found that South Africa’s rate of 77% was much higher than the global rate of 49%—consistently so. The types of white-collar crimes in South Africa are indicative of the kind of corruption that’s been a blight on the economy and damaged the country’s reputation. Asset […]