Production Set to Resume At Prospecton Plant After Resolution Of Supplier Strike

Production at Toyota South Africa Motors’ Prospecton Plant is set to resume on Wednesday 24 October 2012 after a legal strike at one of its suppliers was resolved. Toyota stopped full production at its Prospecton plant on Wednesday 17 October 2012 after a strike at Toyota Boshoku, an independent supplier of car seats and door…

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Discovery Insure is taking proactive action in helping clients with hail damaged vehicles

Discovery Insure wishes to assure our clients whose vehicles and homes were damaged by the severe hailstorm in Gauteng over this weekend that their claims will be dealt with speedily. The hailstorm which occurred on Saturday afternoon lasted under 2 minutes and caused significant damage to personal property. Discovery Insure is reaching out to all…

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Irresponsible drinking is why car insurers hate weekends!

Some people fail miserably at staying professional in the vicinity of alcohol. When they trash themselves few of us appear to care – but when they drive impaired and threaten the lives of innocent road users we have more than enough reason to be concerned! We have written much about the dangers of drunk driving…

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Faulty Randburg Speed Camera Issue Resolved

On Wednesday 3 October 2012, Justice Project South Africa wrote to Director Gerneke at the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) to draw his attention to an apparently defective speed and red light camera in Republic Road, Randburg and to seek a solution which would not place a huge administrative burden on members of the public…

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Alleged “drunk driver” pokes fun at responsibility in court

An alleged drunk driver accused of killing a cyclist wore a t-shirt to court which pokes fun at responsibility, The Herald Online reported on Friday. Andre Gouws, 27, was given R5 000 bail in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court. Gouws allegedly knocked down Clem Morris, a Mill Park chartered accountant on Sunday morning while driving…

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Toyota confirms recall is viewed as an international service campaign

There is no need for local car owners to panic because of Toyota’s worldwide vehicle recall, the car manufacturer said on Thursday. “It’s not a case where motorists must stop driving and bring in their vehicle immediately,” Toyota SA spokesman Leo Kok said in Johannesburg. “We are currently going through our database and running a…

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