Press Releases

  • Brain food for exams

    We all feel generally frazzled at the end of year, but it’s even worse for learners and students who now have to apply themselves to writing nerve wracking exams. But there are ways to give your brain the edge when it comes to endurance, ensuring a sharp mind and excellent concentration for as long as needed.

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  • CMO vs CIO Tech Spend

    Amazon’s Jeff Bezos will tell you if you build a great experience, customers will tell each other about it. Word of mouth is very powerful. But merely satisfying customers will not be enough to earn their loyalty in today’s consumer-led marketplace. Rick Tate, an internationally recognised expert on service quality and customer loyalty strategies, says instead they must experience exceptional service worthy of their…

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  • Digital edge live post event release

    On 3 October 2013 over a thousand delegates headed to the Vodadome in Midrand for the Nedbank Digital Edge Live 2013.

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  • An encouraging recovery

    As Muldersdrift, one of South Africa’s prime tourism and wedding destinations, gears up for the festive season, it is encouraging to see that following the release of the SAPS national stats for the period April 2012 – March 2013, there has been a significant drop in crime in the area for the period from April to October this year.

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  • Consider a career in private security

    South Africa has one of the most sophisticated private security industries in the world. It is also one of the biggest employers in the country and offers exciting opportunities for Matriculants looking to get into the job market.

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  • Make use of meet and greet services

    Meet and greets are a valuable crime deterrent, says ADT.

    With follow-home crimes still so prevalent in South Africa, residents are urged to make us of the escort service if this is one the benefits offered by their private security provider, recommends Clive Humphrey, Managing Director of ADT Central Region.

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  • Stay safe in your estate or complex

    There has been an exponential growth in residential estates in recent years. These range from estates of around 40 units to the big developments of 3 000 to 4 000 units. But they all have one thing in common: they satisfy the needs of those who are seeking an aesthetically pleasing and secure lifestyle.

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  • A crisis of consciousness – Are we making our children fat?

    With October focusing on national obesity and nutrition, it is a sobering statistic to hear that currently there are 43 million children worldwide under the age of five who are already overweight or obese. The Heart and Stroke Foundation of South Africa says a staggering 35 million of these live in developing countries such as South Africa.

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  • ADT Officers apprehend suspect following armed robbery at house in Kelvin

    On 3 October at around 08:00, five suspects drove up to a property in Harmonia Road, Kelvin, and climbed over the wall. They then proceeded into the house through an unlocked door and found the domestic worker, as well as two residents inside the house. They tied them up with scarfs and ransacked the house.

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  • Make sure your medical aid caters for your changing needs

    As we enter the last quarter of 2013 and all the medical aid schemes start releasing their benefit increases for 2014, it’s time to re-assess your medical aid and decide whether the benefit structure of your current scheme is adequate to cover your needs in 2014.

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  • 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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