Defensive Driving Behaviour

Drive defensively! Risk takers are collision makers! Avoid all distractions -Keep both eyes on the road and hands on the steering wheel! Be visible – drive with your lights on! Headlights should be dipped well before an approaching vehicle is within range of the main beam. Stay within the speed limit at all times. Be

How to spot a fake Facebook profile

Scammers love facebook. Probably because it’s such a reliable source of information and having friends is a social achievement very few can deny. In a country like ours, where unemployment is the highest in the world everyone is looking for money, and the scammers knows this. They will present you with a sure fire way

Preparing for prolonged load-shedding

It is not uncommon for SA to be left in the dark. But when that happens we all need to prepare. Eskom se Push, just told us that darkness will fall upon the land from now until 10pm. We have a schedule, and we know when it will affect us. But there is something you

Tips to prevent Road Rage

Here are a few things you can do to prevent road rage and becoming another statistic: Do not react to provocation. Stay away from erratic drivers. Avoid eye contact with an aggressive driver. Use your hooter sparingly. Do not flash your headlights. Do not make obscene gestures. Do not change lanes without using your indicator.

SAPS Policy

Scammers, Anarchists, Porn-addicts and Spammers (SAPS) are the most annoying of all insects. They are worse than a fly in your soup doing back-stroke. And for this reason, we are publishing our SAPS Policy. To join our black list of SAPS Professionals, all you need to do is post content in our channels that meets

What can be reported on your Neighbourhood Safety group?

Neighbourhood Safety’s network comprises a number of Instant messaging and facebook groups used for the sole purpose of information sharing. But unlike the norm in South Africa, we discourage and prevent these channels to be dominated by a few to the annoyance of the millions. At Neighbourhood Safety, it’s about the safety, security and health

Understanding the Neighbourhood Safety Alert Levels.

Neighbourhood Safety has introduced a “ROBOT” colour coding system to all its channels to make it easier to see the level of risk associated with a specific message. With the high prevalence of fake and false information on social media and instant messaging platforms, it has become a daunting task to separate fact from fiction.

Knock, Knock!

Who’s there? Well, with all the online shopping going on these days, who knows? It can be anyone delivering your newest Wish ordered a few years ago. SA has regressed to a point where even the Police are impersonated, blue lights and all. What better way than to ask the person at the door for
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