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How tyres can affect an insurance claim

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Your tyres are possibly the most underrated and overlooked piece of technology in your car. Yet, they’re critically important for your safety. And, while we all know that our tyres must have sufficient tread to be roadworthy, not everyone knows that having threadbare or unroadworthy tyres could lead to an insurance claim for an accident being rejected.

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Nedbank Group Limited Annual results for the year ended 31 December...

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In 2023 the operating environment for South African banks was more challenging than initially forecast. In addition to a weaker global economy, domestic economic activity was impacted by record levels of load-shedding (electricity shortages), logistical constraints, higher-than-expected levels of inflation and, as a result, higher-than-expected increases in interest rates. Collectively, these conditions have put increasing pressure on consumers’ finances and led to reductions in business confidence and investment in most sectors other than energy.

Turning unwanted into wanted: EnviroServ’s 45-Year journey to environmental excellence

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In the ever-evolving landscape of waste management, EnviroServ stands as a distinguished leader, with a legacy of expertise. Established in 1979 and headquartered in Gauteng, South Africa, the company has consistently pioneered innovative waste solutions, finding solutions to help customers become part of the circular economy.

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ITHUBA Celebrates 8 Years Of Gaming Excellence

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ITHUBA emerges as Africa's leading National Lottery Operator, celebrating 8 Years of unprecedented success. This is their story; from start-up to standout. ITHUBA, South Africa's proud National Lottery Operator, is marking its 8th anniversary this month, solidifying its position as the top operator in Africa. From humble beginnings to extraordinary success, ITHUBA's journey is a remarkable tale of innovation, excellence, and philanthropy.

THE MOTI GROUP: TIME FOR AFRICA TO BUY ITS OWN FLOWERS

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As international attention shifts to Africa’s abundance of untapped mineral resources to support the renewable energy boom, global players must not be allowed to eat the continent’s lunch. Instead, it is time for local players to step into the fray and ensure that all mining and mineral beneficiation activities benefit local companies, communities and households, argues Dondo Mogajane, the former Director General of National Treasury and new CEO of the Moti Group.

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