Reporting crime in real-time can immediately assist the police in arresting perpetrators. It can also benefit the victim by providing evidence when they want to lay a charge. Read on to learn about tips for reporting crime in real-time.
Content creation and sharing different parts of our lives on social media has become the norm. There’s an urge to share what you wear, celebrations and even intimate details about your parenting journey. However, some risks come with posting your children online.
Knowing how to safeguard your children when navigating your digital life is essential. Read on to find out more about how to post your children online and the risks they may be exposed to when you decide to.
How often have you heard of a criminal fleeing with a victim’s valuables while bystanders do nothing to assist? Many crimes often go unreported because of the lack of witnesses willing to come forward. Read on to find out how you can report illegal activities anonymously.
Many South Africans rely on public transport to get to school, work and other destinations. Whether you plan on using a bus, train, or taxi, you should understand the need for enhanced safety awareness and be attentive to potential criminal activity. Read on for 6 safety tips when using public transport.
Did you know there is a higher chance of being a victim of crime in your driveway? For instance, you might be trying to open your gate and be met with a dangerous weapon and have your personal belongings stolen. Criminals likely scope out your home for weeks before they decide whether you are an easy target and then attack you.
As schools open, many children might feel anxious about returning to school. Bullying is a severe problem that most face at some point in their school life. It’s crucial for parents and teachers to create awareness, reduce the risk of problematic behaviours and have preventative methods to address the consequences of bullying. Read on to find out more about bullying in schools.
The end of the festive season is quickly followed by parents rushing to buy school supplies and uniforms. It’s that time when shopping centres and malls are filled with “back to school” merchandise. The mixture of excitement and anxiety can be overwhelming.
For many, the wait for matric results is a time for celebration and anxious planning of their future. For some, this time is filled with confusion and isolation that can lead to impulsive reactions. Read on for practical tips on suicide watch for matric results.
Being on the road can be a great way to relax your mind until you are stuck in traffic due to congestion, weather conditions or roadworks. It’s less than ideal and could lead to a higher risk of accidents as more drivers find it challenging to navigate through the chaos. Read on for what to remember when driving through heavy traffic.
The holidays are a time to relax, have fun and go out with family and friends you haven’t seen in ages. You should be able to enjoy yourself and not worry about what could go wrong. Unfortunately, it isn’t easy to control what might happen when you decide to go out.
It’s crucial to ensure that your safety remains a priority. There are various factors to consider before you leave your home to paint the town red. Read on for practical safety tips for going out this festive.