If we are serious about growing the economy and creating jobs, we need to support these young people – even though they don't seem to expect any help or handouts, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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Here are a few local services that aim to provide safe and trusted transport options to women and children.
People are raving about the Japanese anti-groping app. Should SA be taking notes?
If your child is staying home or allowed to go out without supervision while on school holidays, it’s a good idea to set some ground rules for their safety.
The Global Citizen Festival was one of the biggest shows ever put on in South Africa as a drive to end poverty and empower women and young girls. What happened after we celebrated Nelson Mandela's centenary and various actions taken, is that too many of us left the concert not with fists up in the air, but clenched in absolute fear, protecting bags, cellphones and our lives.
What drives people to hijack cars in SA? Why is this vehicle crime so difficult to put an end to locally? Ryno Schutte speaks to former convicted hijackers to find out...
The increase of additional supplementary lighting on vehicles in SA has brought the legal implications of installing these lights for drivers into the spotlight, says Dewald Ranft, Chairman of the Motor Industry Workshop Association (MIWA).
Many parts of the South Africa are experiencing bitterly cold conditions. Here are a few tips to help you survive a snowstorm behind the wheel.
In case you missed anything this week, catch up on all the top stories that happened with your weekend wrap.
Whether it is a slight fender bender or something more serious like knocking down a pedestrian, a hit and run incident is a crime in South Africa.
A video shows how reckless behaviour while overtaking can lead to extremely dangerous situations on South Africa's roads.
How safe is it travelling solo as a woman at all?
Ever found yourself in a situation where someone you briefly met sends you a Facebook request or a text the following day, when you hadn’t even given them your name or number?
South Africa's top cop wants all citizens to be safe this festive season and is appealing to everyone to be considerate, responsible and vigilant to ensure their personal safety and that of others.
In the heat of the moment your body's fight-or-flight instinct kicks in - we look at incidents of motorists fighting back against hijackers in South Africa.
With school holidays and national Women's Day it's a long weekend for most South Africans. Here are a few tips to keep your car and family safe.
Porsche unveiled its new studio in Cape Town while over the US, cities are grappling on how to deal with electric scooters. Here's your top stories for the day.
With more 130 000 people killed on SA's roads over the past decade, road safety is a daily concern for many motorists. Here are few tips to help keep you and your passengers safe.
From classic cars to why smoking weed and driving is a bad idea, catch up on all the top motoring stories both locally and internationally.
The recent spate of cash-in-transit heists across South Africa highlights the importance of safety and security on our roads. Here's what to do if you witness road crime in SA.
Strikes are becoming prominent across South Africa which poses a threat to motorists. Eugene Herbert provides some tips of what to do in such an instance.
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