Stage 4 Rolling Blackouts: The writing is on the wall for Eskom Eskom is implementing stage 4 loadshedding due to the fact that there has been no proper maintenance over the past ten years. says COO Jan Oberholzer. Despite the dire warnings, the writing on the wall, the increased tariffs, the failed interventions, all plans have failed. South Africans in all walks of life are car rying this burden. Businesses are buckling because of this.
Bedrog slenter Lesers moet kennis neem van die nuwe slenter hoe polisie beamptes die publiek aftrek en hulle oorhaal om van hul geld ontslae te raak. Wanneer jy afgetrek word stel hul jou in kennis dat jou tipe voertuig gesoek word vir ‘n groot bedrog klag waar ter duisende rande geroof is. Jou vingerafdrukke word onmiddelik geneem. Dan word jou bankkaart versoek om vir enige verdagte tranksaksies te kyk. Met die gevolg is jy moet jou pin gee saam met die kaart. Dan word dit in ‘n koevertjie geplaas saam met jou pin nommer, geskrywe op ‘n papier asook ‘n papiertjie wat sê dat jy reeds deursoek is, wat jy gee by die padblokkade vorentoe, wat jou dan net laat deurgaan as jy vir hul die koevertjie gee. Moenie jou pin gee nie dis ‘n nuwe slenter.
Our key public enterprises are clearly unable to deliver public goods. Despite 55 days of coal stock levels, the entity is unable to plan for adverse weather. This follows hard on the national airline being placed in business rescue, and is clearly indicative of the government’s inability to manage the infrastructure it inherited. This heralds a signal failure that will critically affect citizens, industry and the economy. Oberholzer says he doesn’t want to “get into the reasons” why we haven’t addressed the causes and solutions available to deal with this failure. Parlement believes it’s high time the culture at Eskom of command and control ends. Open cards are required and the
country needs to be taken into their confidence. This a time when factories are working overtime to meet production deadlines and families are relying on certainty over the coming festive season.
Make no mistake stage 4 loadshedding will have catastrophic consequences. Eskom and its shareholder needs to account to South Africa, and for once, stem the tide that may well drive us into recession again.
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Hoe ver is ons in die Eindtyd in en wat is volgende? TruLight Radio XM - Eindtyd Artiekel As ons kyk na die 7’s van Openbaring, die 7 seëls, 7 trompette, 7 donders en die 7 plae, wag ons tans vir die 6de seël om oopgemaak te word, en vir die 5de trompet om te blaas. Die eerste 5 Seëls is al oopgemaak en die eerste 4 Trompette het alreeds geblaas. Die
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7 Donders vind eers plaas by die 7de Trompet en die 7 Plae eers na die 666 merk van die dier ingestel is deur die antichris. Kom ons kyk na die 5 seëls wat reeds oopgemaak is. ‘n Seël is die vrystelling van geloof of geeste. Eerste Seël is die wit perd, wat verwys na die Romeinse Katholike kerk of geloof, wat net na Jesus se opstanding begin hardloop het, Openb 6 en Sag 6. Die tweede Seël, die rooi perd, was die Kommunisiese Geloof of stelsel wat ingekom het, soos Rooi Rusland, Rooi China, Openb 6 en Sag 6. Die derde Seël, die Swart perd, was die Kapitalistiese stelsel of geloof wat in gebring is, Europa en Amerika ens. Openb 6 en Sag 6. Die vierde Seël, die Vaal perd eintlik Lig Groen, is die Muslim/Islam geloof of ISIS wat in 2011 begin dood maak het. Die vyfde Seël is die Christen verdrukking wat reg oor die wêreld begin het in 2012, in die Ooste en Middeooste en ooral in die wêreld. Moenie verwar word met die groot verdrukking wat eers plaas vind na die instelling van die 666 nie. Open 6 en 13. Ons wag tans vir die 6de Seël om oopgemaak te word, wat die Wederkoms van Jesus is. Dit vind plaas tydens die wraak van God na die 6de Plaag en net voor die 7de Trompet. Matt 24 en Openb 6. Die 7de seel is die Slag van Armageddon Openb 16. Kom ons kyk na die 4 trompette wat reeds geblaas het, Trompette is oorloë. Eerste Trompet was eerste wêreld oorlog ons lees daarvan in Openbenbaring 8. Tweede Trompet was tweede wêreld oorlog ook in Openbaring 8. Derde Trompet was die begin van die Atoom Bom tydperk, die Atoom ongeluk in Rusland, Chernobyl lees ook Openbenbaring 8, Chernobyl beteken Wormwood/ Wilde als in Russies. Vierde trompet was die begin van die koue oorlog, die val van die Berlyn muur in Duitsland, lees Openbaring 8.
Die waarskuwing kom vir die volgende 3 Trompette in Openbaring 8:13 En ek het gesien en gehoor ‘n engel wat in die middel van die hemel vlieg, wat met ‘n groot stem sê: Wee, wee, wee hulle wat op die aarde woon, vanweë die orige geluide van die basuin van die drie engele wat nog sal blaas! Ons wag tans vir die 5de Trompet, ‘n super vulkaan wat gaan ontplof en ‘n derde van die aarde gaan toegoei met as, dit gebeur ongeveer een jaar na die 666 geimplementeer is en kondig die wraak van God aan! Openbaring 7, 9 en 16. Die 6de Trompet oorlog of die 3de wêreld oorlog vind plaas na die derde plaag van God se wraak, alle nasies veg vir die laaste geblikte kosse en gebottelde water, wyn en olie op aarde. Openbaring 9. Die 7de Trompet kondig die wegraping en net daarna die Slag van Armaggedon aan Openbaring 10 en 16. Wat is volgende? Die Gog en Magog Oorlog, ‘n Atoom Bom afgevuur teen Israel vanaf Syria met die weermagte van Rusland, Iran, Turkey, Lebanon, Libye, Syria, Hezbollah ens. God klap die atoom bom terug en vernietig Lebanon, Syria dele van Iraq, Iran en Turkey en tot so veras Rusland. Ezeg 38 en 39. Daarna kom die Joodse Messiah (nie Jesus nie) op die voorgrond en teken ‘n 7 jaar vredesverdrag tussen die Israelies en die Wêreld, Daniël 9. Daarna gee die Joodse Messiah vir Israel toestemming om hul derde tempel te bou, en van die dag wanneer die tempel ingehuldig word, 7 jaar later vind die Wederkoms, die Wegraping en die Slag van Armageddon plaas. Die 6de seël, 7de trompet, 7de seêl, 7de plaag en die 7de donders, waar God met die mens in ‘n hoorbare stem die sonde van die wêreld aanspreek. Openb 11, 12 en 16. Besoek ons webwerf vir meer Eindtyd inligting : www.trulightradioxm.org.za
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Buckle-up to stay alive Festive season is here, and many families will be travelling distances to different areas across the country to be with their loved ones while others will be visiting places of interests for this upcoming holiday season. City of Ekurhuleni Disaster and Emergency Management Services (DEMS), would like to share safety driving practices to the motorists to lessen the statistics of fatal crashes happening on our roads. It has come to the services ‘attention while attending vehicle crashes on the roads that many fatalities are as a result of drivers and passengers not buckling-up while travelling. Most vulnerability is that of children not placed in their rightful and correct restraining travelling seats specially made for their tiny bodies. It is a common practice that motorists still travel with children placed in the front seats without safety devices. Some other motorists still drive vehicles with children placed in between the steering and themselves as drivers while driving. Children are still allowed to stand in between the two front seats without safety precautions taken into deep consideration. What does the law and safety practices say regarding the vehicle safety? Legislation stipulates that everyone in a motor vehicle should wear a seat belt while the vehicle is in motion. It is the driver‘s responsibility and legal obligation to ensure that children are buckled up in a vehicle child restrain safety seat or seat belt where available. It is not safe to carry your baby or child in your arms while the vehicle is in motion. Children placed on the lap in the car, are highly exposed to intense injuries or even death even if the vehicle is travelling at the speed of about 60 km/h and that vehicle comes to sudden stopping or involved in a crash. In some instances, babies and children are ejected from the vehicle through the wind-screen or windows of the vehicle. Unrestricted children are prone to crash against the interior of the vehicle when it comes to sudden stop and can be fatal. Never buckle two children in one seat belt. It is a dangerous practice and could lead to serious injuries.Travelling unrestricted in vehicles such as bakkies and station wagons is as dangerous also. Emergency services off icials are rolling-out Buckle-up campaign around the City‘s business Malls, Toll Gates on the N17 freeway, filling stations around Albertina Sisulu and N3 freeways respectively and inclusive to different Major Taxi Ranks across the city. The campaign started of the December 4 and will run throughout till mid-January 2020. Emergency services pleads with motorist to be cooperative because as this is for everyone‘s safety concern. For any Life-threatening emergency, call local emergency and disaster management call centre from the following numbers below: EMERGENCY NUMBER: 10177. National Toll Free Number 112. Cell Phone (011) 458- 0911. : Life Threatening E k u r h u l e n i Emergency Line.
Kers lekker Elrey Dagsorg vier jaarlikse kersboom en verras kleingoed met geskenkies en heerlike lekkergoedpakkies om jaar af te sluit.
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NOTICE / KENNISGEWING NOTICE ON AVAILABILITY OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT REPORTS AS CONTEMPLATED IN TERMS OF REGULATION 34 UNDER THE NEMA OF 1998IMERYS REFRACTORY MINERALS SOUTH AFRICA: CAPE BENTONITE This notice provides information to Interested and Affected Parties (“I&APs”) on the availability of Environmental Audit Reports, for public review. BACKGROUND As per the requirements contained in Regulation 34 of the Environmental Impact Assessment (“EIA”) Regulations, 2014 (as amended) published in terms of the National Environmental Management Act (“NEMA”) of 1998, external Environmental Audits were undertaken in 2019 at: 1. Eksteen Quarry: (WC 30/5/1/3/3/2/1 (158) MR); 2. Wilemse Quarry: (WC 30/5/1/3/3/2/1 (159) MR); 3. Zietsman Quarry: (WC 30/5/1/3/3/2/1 (156) MR); 4. Du Toit Quarry: (WC 30/5/1/3/3/2/1 (279) MR); 5. Keyser (Uys) Quarry: (WC 30/5/1/3/3/2/1 (278) MR); 6. De Swardt Quarry: (WC 30/5/1/3/3/2/1 (283) MR); 7. Kleynrob Quarry: (WC 30/5/1/3/3/2/1 (334) MRC); 8. Keyser Quarry: (WC 30/5/1/3/3/2/1 (157) MRC); 9. Jadico Quarry: (WC 30/5/1/3/3/2/1 (160) MRC. BECS Environmental (Pty) Ltd. was appointed as the independent environmental auditor, and the audits were undertaken in terms of Regulation 34 read with Regulation 54A(2) of the EIA Regulations, 2014 (GNR 982, 04 December 2014) and Regulation 55 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Regulations, 2004 (GNR 527, 23 April 2004) (“MPRDR”) published in terms of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (Act No. 28 of 2002) (“MPRDA”). The objectives of the environmental audits were to provide findings on: a) the level of compliance with the provisions of the requisite environmental authorisation(s) and Environmental Management Programme Report(s) (“EMPr(s)”), where applicable, and b) the ability of the measures contained in the EMPr(s), to sufficiently provide for the avoidance, management and mitigation of environmental impacts associated with the undertaking of the activity (hereafter referred to as the “adequacy of the EMPr(s)”). LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENTS Regulation 34(6) of the EIA Regulations, 2014 state the following: (6) Within 7 days of the date of submission of an environmental audit report to the competent authority, the holder of an environmental authorisation must notify all potential and registered interested and affected parties of the submission of that report, and make such report immediately available— (a) to anyone on request; and (b) on a publicly accessible website, where the holder has such a website. In order to fulfil the above requirements of Regulation 34(6), the Environmental Audit Report is made available to the public for review. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION The Environmental Audit Reports are available in electronic format and can be requested from the below contact details. Imerys Minerals South Africa Contact person: Hendrik Jones. Tel: (012) 643 5940. E-mail: email@example.com
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NOTICE / KENNISGEWING NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 61(6) OF THE LESEDI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BYLAW, 2015 READ TOGETHER WITH THE SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT ACT, 2013 (ACT 16 OF 2013) I, Jacob Moroke, being the owner of Holding 75 Sonstraal Agricultural Holdings, Heidelberg, hereby give notice in terms of the Lesedi Local Municipality Spatial Planning and Land Use Management By-law, 2015 read together with the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013 (Act 16 of 2013), that I have made an application to the Lesedi Local Municipality for the simultaneous removal of restrictive title conditions and the amendment of the Lesedi Town Planning Scheme, 2003, by rezoning the property described above, from “Agricultural” to “Institutional” for purposes of a place for public worship. The application together with all plans and / or particulars relating to the application may be inspected during normal office hours at the office of the Town Planning Manager: Town Planning Department, Lesedi Local Municipality, c/o HF Verwoerd and Louw Street, Heidelberg for a period of 28 days from 18 December 2019. Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Town Planning Manager: Town Planning Department at the abovementioned address, within a period of 28 days from 18 December 2019.
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Changes in routine, may compromise your immunity over the holidays The countdown to the end-of-year summer break has begun, but it’s also the season when many of us fall prey to tummy bugs, unexpected colds, migraines and other nasties which can spoil the holiday fun. Alisha Mackintosh, Allergy and Immunity Portfolio Manager at Pharma Dynamics says it’s likely that certain changes in our routine may be to blame. “During the holidays we travel more, eat out-, shop- and party more. We stay up late and are perhaps a little more relaxed about hygiene, which can weaken our immune system and make us more susceptible to viruses and bacteria.” Understanding why we get sick, will help us to avoid the common triggers over the holidays. Macintosh says we should be wary of: Eating too much sugar. It’s the time of year when many give in to festive season temptations that are often laden with sugar
without realising that this weakens white blood cells. If you’re consuming sweet things throughout the day it means that your immune system may continuously be operating at a distinct disadvantage. Drinking too much alcohol. The holidays are synonymous with parties and alcohol, but too much booze can inhibit the body’s ability to fight infection, so rather drink in moderation. Staying up late. Partying or catching up on Netflix till the wee hours of the night and getting up later in the mornings can trigger migraines. Sticking to healthy sleep habits and getting eight hours of sleep can reduce the frequency of headaches by 29% and the intensity by 40%. Holiday shopping. When on holiday, we tend to shop more, which means we’re handling and drawing cash more than usual. Money carry about 3 000 different types of bacteria that can lead to all sorts of illnesses. Always wipe shopping trolleys
and surfaces with sanitising wipes before touching it or wash your hands afterwards. Traveling by plane. Some studies have found that flying heightens our risk of catching a cold by 80%. Consider boosting your immunity before a plane flight by getting enough rest, eating healthily and managing stress. Look out for supplements that contain vitamin C, zinc and Echinacea, such as Efferflu C to keep the common cold at bay. Dirty air conditioners. If it hasn’t been cleaned regularly, it could be harbouring harmful bacteria that can affect those with compromised immune systems. It’s recommended that air conditioning systems get debugged at least every two years. Too many holiday demands. Securing the house before going away on holiday, hosting and accommodating family, getting all the shopping done etc could all increase your stress load, which doesn’t do
your immune system any good. Crowds. Holidays mean more crowds no matter where you go and airborne germs thrive in crowded environments, which heightens one’s risk of getting sick. “Other common illnesses that holidaymakers often pick up include fever, diarrhoea, respiratory infections, giardiasis (infection of the small intestine), skin or soft tissue infections. Proper hygiene practices are of paramount importance and never consume food or water from places where the risk of contamination is high.” “Apart from plasters and Burnshield, your holiday first-aid kit should always include sunscreen, mosquito repellent, antibacterial cream, antihistamines, eye drops, pain medication and medicine to help with stomach cramps and nausea, as these ailments are likely to surface during the holidays,” she advises.
New Development Bank warns against scams The New Development Bank (NDB) is warning about an e-mail scam in which criminals, posing as bank employees, are trying to defraud the public. The New Development Bank f inances infrastructure and sustainable development projects in BRICS and other emerging economies and developing countries. It is not a commercial bank and does not open accounts for individuals, provide them with loans or any form of financing. Nor does it ask for payments or any other favours from potential recipients of funding. “The New Development Bank does not send unsolicited e-mails or any other communication asking people to open a personal bank account, transfer money, or provide personal information,” says Mr Monale Ratsoma, NDB Director General, Africa Regional Centre (ARC). “Any such communication is fraudulent. Do not respond and report it immediately to the South African Police Services.” Scams should also be reported to the South African Fraud Prevention Services helpline on 011 867 2234 or at www.safps.org.za According to The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC), fraudulent activity tends to increase over the festive season when year-end bonuses are paid and when consumers may not be as vigilant as usual. A typical ploy is to send an e-mail or other communication that appears to come from a bank or other trustworthy source requesting personal information such as identity documents, driver’s licences, passports, payslips, addresses and contact details. Fraudsters then use this information to open bank or retail accounts or take out loans for which the victim is accountable. They can even try to impersonate people, and using social engineering, access bank accounts and do transactions. Another version of the scam is to offer a very attractive loan or other financing at
low interest rates. The recipient of the email or message is then asked to pay an administration or other upfront free in order to qualify. The offer is often for a limited period to try and pressure people into responding. The following advice is offered to consumers to protect themselves: Be very wary about responding to unsolicited messages. Remember that scammers use a variety of channels including e-mail, mail, phone and social media. Verify all requests for personal information and only provide it when there is a legitimate reason to do so. ·Be suspicious of e-mails or messages that contain spelling or grammatical errors or other inconsistencies such as Gmail addresses, rather than a company domain e-mail. Be wary of requests for upfront payments or payment for goods or services you haven’t or don’t remember ordering, especially if you’re asked to use an unusual payment method such as MoneyGram. For more information about how to protect against scams visit: www.sabric.co.za Background Information The NDB was established by Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa to mobilize resources for infrastructure and sustainable development projects in BRICS and other emerging economies and developing countries, complementing the existing efforts of multilateral and regional financial institutions for global growth and development. To fulfill its purpose, the NDB will support public or private projects through loans, guarantees, equity participation and other financial instruments. According to the NDB’s General Strategy, sustainable infrastructure development is at the core of the Bank’s operational strategy for 2017-2021. The NDB received AA+ longterm issuer credit ratings from S&P and Fitch and AAA foreign currency long-term issuer rating from Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR).
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12X3 ........ 16x3 ......... 20x3 ......... 20x5 ......... 25x3 ......... 25x5 ......... 30x3 ......... 30x5 ......... 40x3 ......... 40x5 ......... 50x3 ......... 50x5 .........
R 37.00 R 40.00 R 49.00 R 69.00 R 60.00 R 83.00 R 73.00 R103.00 R 95.00 R136.00 R124.00 R171.00
SQ BAR 6M 10MM ..... R62.00 12MM ....... R91.00
WINDOW SECTION 6M RT6 ......... RT13 ....... RX7 ......... F7 ............ F4B ..........
R 91.00 R 115.00 R 120.00 R 105.00 R 250.00
75x50x20x2.....R295.00...R450.00 75x50x20x2.....R300.00...R450.00 ROUND BAR 6M 100x50x20x2...R340.00...R519.00 100x75x20x2...R350.00...R530.00 6MM .......... R21.00 POLYCARB SHEETING 125x50x20x2...R368.00...R560.00 8MM .......... R34.00 R180.00p/m Cut to size 150x50x20x2...R410.00...R625.00 10MM ........ R52.00 REINFORCING BAR/Y-BAR 12MM ........ R75.00 WE WILL MATCH OR BEAT ANY 10MM ............R 52.00 Terms & Conditions VALID QUOTATION 12MM ............R 74.00
DECEMBER SPECIALS PALISADE PANELS
3mx600mm...R 455.00 3mx1.0m.......R 522.00 3mx1.2m.......R 617.00 3mx1.5m.......R 675.00 3mx1.8m.......R 750.00 3mx2.0m.......R 800.00
600mm....R 16.00 1.0m........R 22.00 1.2m........R 27.00 1.5m........R 34.00 1.8m........R 41.00 2.0m........R 46.00
apply H/R SHEETS & PLATES 2450x1225x1.6........R610.00 2450x1225x2.0 .......R750.00 2450x1225x2.5........R950.00 2450x1225x3.0......R1125.00 2450x1225x4.0......R1650.00 2500x1200x5.0......R2040.00 2500x1200x6.0......R2420.00
WE DELIVER / PRICES ARE VAT INCLUDED E&OE
NIGEL/HEIDELBERG REKORD - ONLINE EDITION www.rekord.org.za 10 DECEMBER 2019 are as follows: (011) 458 0911 : Life Threatening Call Centre Number. 10177 : National Toll Free Number. As the excitement of heading off for some much needed R&R 112 : International Toll Free Cell Phone Emergency Number sets in, take some time out from the shopping, travel arrangements and last minute work wrap-ups to secure your South African Weather Services (SAWS) home, assets and loved ones before you head off for the is anticipating road flooding in some holidays. Criminals never take a break, usually targeting the holiday season parts of Gauteng today and tomorrow to ply their trade. A handy holiday checklist to help keep your because of persistent rainfall risks to a minimum and your holidays joyful. Start your holiday experienced since the beginning of the preparations early so that if you do need to make special week till to date. arrangements or get repairs or adjustments done, you’ll have The City‘s Disaster and Emergency enough time to do so. Management Services (DEMS) is on high Pay attention to your security. Test your alarm and armed alert and would like to share the same response if you have, replace batteries in all passive alarm sensors, sentiments as anticipated by SAWS to the make sure door magnets are working, check your electric fence residents and motorists around the City. for any broken or faulty strands and clear any branches or plants It has been raining for the past week that could set it off in error. Ensure that opening doors and persistently and roads across the City are windows are properly secured. Don’t leave this to the last minute, it’s a busy time of year for contractors so if you do need something slippery and flooding are eminent. Motorists are advised to be on high alert repaired, leave some time to get it done before you go. If you’re travelling abroad or to neighbouring countries, ensure while driving. Some roads are having that driver’s licences are valid. Check the territorial limits of your potholes filled with rain water and very motor insurance cover regarding cross-border requirements, some diff icult to identify. Deep and large countries insist on license papers or proof of insurance for your potholes may and can lead to fatal crashes. vehicle. Appoint a reputable house sitting service to switch on Keeping following distance and adhering lights, feed and take care of your pets, clear post boxes, water to speed limits, can save lives. Drivers plants and put out rubbish bins on collection day and inform you should check their vehicles‘ tyres, wipers of any problems. Leave a spare set of keys, as well as a contact and lights before travelling to prevent address and phone number in the case of an emergency, such as a accidents from happening. By so doing, power failure, fire, burglary, burst geyser or resetting your alarm. Do a vehicle and trailer inspection, check that your cars and lives could be saved. trailers are roadworthy and properly licensed. Test your vehicle’s Communities in the low laying areas are tracking device. Lock the mains box outside your property as well advised to be on high alert. The (burglars may trip this in the hope your alarm and fence batteries ground is saturated, and any drizzles run flat), lock away garden implements and tools that can be used experienced, may result in flooding. The to force open any doors or windows. tendency of crossing water streams using Pay attention to outside lighting by including day-night sensors an inappropriate route such as water pipes or motion sensor lights and replacing any blown bulbs. erected across those streams is a Pay the water and lights bill to avoid a power or water cut while dangerous practice which could lead to on holiday. Immobilise any vehicles that are left behind and place drowning. All twenty-nine fire stations any weapons, valuables and important documents in a safe or a firefighters and specialised rescue team bank safety deposit box. Arrange insurance cover on your expensive Christmas gifts such around the City, are ready to respond to as jewellery, tech gadgets, appliances and so on, you can even any eventualities inform your broker before you purchase the gifts so that you know related to flooding. Monitoring and when you leave the store, your items are covered. to Check that all the items travelling with you such as tablets, listening cellphones, cameras, designer sunglasses, luggage and so on are weather reports covered under the All Risks insurance section on your household from different contents policy, it’s important to insure all items that you take media platforms, away with you. Take medical aid details/card with and save the can be lifesaving. number of your insurance broker on your phone. To contact Disaster Disconnect computers, TV’s and other lightning sensitive and Emergency equipment including TV aerials, this will also help save on utility Management bills. Unload the fridge or freezer to avoid deterioration of Services, details perishable items in the event of a power failure.
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