It is said that more than 26 million South Africans out of an eligible voting population of almost 35 million registered to vote, voting stations countrywide have opened their doors and will remain open until 9pm as South Africans cast their vote for the sixth time since the end of apartheid.
It is important that South Africans consider the significance of exercising their right to choose a government.
After exercising that right it is important to take responsibility for the electoral outcomes, whatever they are, and ensure the elected parties and leaders honour their promises and do right by all South African citizens. It is important that leaders honour their manifestos. Abdication of democratic responsibility would be naive.
Making safety a priority with #Sociallysafe App
Safety is the number one priority when travelling anywhere or rather in the comfort of your own home.
A new app “#SOCIALLYSAFE” set to be launched on the 1st of December, an app that “aims to address the everyday safety challenges faced by the South African community”
On the 16th of October, a conference was held in the province of Kwazulu-Natal, Umlanga, The Capital to introduce south Africa to an App that aims to add security in their daily lives.
So what can you expect from the Socially Safe App ?
With this app users can create safety clusters within specified locations whilst giving users access to safety service providers:
●Security and Police Assistance
For more information visit the following website : www.sociallysafe.co.za
BBCBE celeberates the late Dr. Thandi Ndlovu
The Black Business Council in the Built Environment (BBCBE), remembers the late Dr. Thandi Ndlovu, celebrating her with a day at the Kilani Golf Club.
Dr Ndlovu died aged 65, in a car crash.She was the former president of the Black Business Council in the Built Environment. A fearless businesswoman and groundbreaking innovator.
Dr Ndlovu also played a key role in developing women in the business space.
Celebrating Dr. Ndlovu in pictures:
From “igniting the possibilities” to “Breaking the barriers”
The Council for the Built Environment (CBE) is set to host its third National Transformation Indaba on 9 and 10
October 2019 in Pretoria.
An event aimed at tackling the various regulatory barriers that are a threat to transformation in the built environment sector.
This is the third event to be held by the CBE and this time it’s takes on the theme ” Breaking the barriers”. Encouraging inclusivity of small businesses within the built environment where rules and regulations have been hindering their growth.
“The Indaba [serves to] advocate for changes in approaches and innovative implementable solution.”
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