Press Releases

  • Securing your small business

    “Criminals have become so brazen that physical security barriers and alarms alone are no longer the only deterrents that business owners can rely on.” That’s the opinion of Clive Humphrey, Managing Director of ADT Central Region.

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  • Be part of making South Africa a safer place this Heritage Day

    Our country is a melting pot of cultures; and Heritage Day is about celebrating and preserving all of the traditions that have been handed down from generation to generation of South Africans.

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  • ADT turns five, appoints new Branch Manager in the Vaal

    Coinciding with its upcoming fifth birthday celebrations on 1 November, ADT Vaal Triangle has appointed Francois Erasmus as the new Branch Manager.

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  • Fedhealth focuses on real no-frills medical aid in 2014

    At a time when many medical aid members are feeling the economic pinch and schemes are becoming increasingly stretched by high hospital and specialist costs, Fedhealth, one of the larger medical schemes in the country, yesterday announced a modest weighted average contribution increase of only 8.9% for 2014.

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  • Maropeng – Guaranteed to leave a lasting impression on all it’s visitors

    A mere 45 minutes drive from Johannesburg or Pretoria, is Maropeng – the official visitor’s centre to the Cradle of Humankind. It is one of only eight World Heritage sites in South Africa – and the only one in Gauteng.

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  • You can help reduce waste, says Harry the Hominid

    We all know that recycling is one of the best things we can do for the environment. But do you know what’s even better? “Producing less rubbish,” says Harry the Hominid, Maropeng’s spokeshominid.

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  • Maintaining security systems makes financial sense

    The cost of maintaining security equipment can be substantial. That’s why the key to the successful implementation of security equipment is to consider the maintenance thereof in the procurement phase, says Cedric Greeves, Sales Leader: Tyco Integrated Fire & Security South Africa.

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  • Stay safe in the stormy season

    With spring upon us and summer soon to follow, the inevitable Highveld thunderstorms are a reality not to be dealt with lightly. As summer drew to a close earlier this year, there were various news reports of people struck by lightning in parts of Johannesburg. In fact, according to the South African weather service, more than 260 people are killed by lightning in the…

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  • Burglars caught by ADT Officer and SAPS in Centurion

    On 3 September at around 02:00 ADT received an alarm signal from a house in Heuwel Lane, Centurion. ADT Reaction Officer Tshepo Majola was dispatched to the premises and on his arrival found that one of the doors had been forced open. During his inspection, Officer Majola saw two suspects running away from the premises.

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  • ADT Officers battle blaze in Monument Park saving husband and wife

    On 1 September at around 02:30 ADT Reaction Officer Ephraim Makhesa was busy patrolling in Monument Park when he noticed a house on fire in Diedrikkie Street. The house was not an ADT protected house but he immediately informed the ADT control room operator who contacted the fire department and called for back-up. ADT Reaction Officer Samuel Nduli was in the area and rushed…

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  • The Dawn of The Ice Age – Intuitive customer experience

    An Intuitive Customer Experience (ICE) is a key differentiator in a consumer-led marketplace, but to be truly effective it requires the marriage of marketing and IT. It’s the theme of this year’s Nedbank Digital Edge Live, in Johannesburg on 3 October 2013, which brings together some of the top advertising and digital marketing heavyweights with leading Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) and Chief Technology Officers…

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  • The Millennials – Shaping the workplace of the future

    First there was Generation X and now the job market has a new breed of individual – the Millennial. This new breed of twenty-something individual is indeed differently natured to previous generations and exhibits specific characteristics that make them difficult, or at least peculiar, employees.

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