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Consumer Watch: Drone Use Is More Than Pie In The Sky For Insurers

Old Mutual’s iWYZE will soon get a bird’s eye view of assessments.

By tapping into artificial intelligence and robotics, the country’s oldest short-term insurer will be able to fast-track the claims process through the innovative use of drones, drone-mapping technology and photogrammetry (extracting three-dimensional measurements from two-dimensional …

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Military Urged To Help Protect Infrastructure As 'Lawlessness' Rages On

Cape Town - The Democratic Alliance on Monday called for a joint operation by the police, military and intelligence structures to tackle what it termed "violent lawlessness" across South Africa and protect the country's logistics sectors.

DA MP Andrew Whitfield said he would ask police commissioner General Khehla Sitole to activate …

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Rioters, Looters Force Johannesburg Ems To Withdraw From Duty

Johannesburg - The City of Johannesburg Emergency Management Services had to withdraw from their duty as looters were aggressive in the Johannesburg CBD after they set alight a store in Bree Street on Monday afternoon.

The City’s EMS spokesperson, Robert Mulaudzi said they received a call regarding the fire in …

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91 Arrested After Violent Looting Spree In Gauteng

Pretoria - The South African Police Service (SAPS) on Monday said 91 people had been arrested in and around Johannesburg over the past two days amidst a spate of violence and looting of shops owned by foreign nationals.

"Police are condemning all acts of violence directed at the businesses and the …

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Uyinene Mrwetyana: 'Alleged Killer Watched Us Hand Out Missing Person Flyers'

Johannesburg - The man accused of raping and killing University of Cape Town student Uyinene Mrwetyana allegedly watched as friends handed out flyers with her face on them, asking for information about her whereabouts.

One of the people involved in Uyinene Mrwetyana's search, @CallMe_Wanda took to Twitter to say how the …

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25 Arrested Following Weekend Looting In Jeppestown, Malvern

Johannesburg - The situation remains tense in Jeppestown and Malvern following the arrest of 25 people in connection with the looting and torching of shops in the areas over the weekend.

On Sunday, chaos erupted in Jeppestown after criminals looted and torched foreign-owned shops following a fire at a building that …

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Attacks On Trucks: Government Says They'Re Taking Action

Pretoria - The spate of attacks on trucks on some roads around the country is "economic sabotage" perpetrated by criminal elements and steps are being taken to counter the problem, the relevant ministers said on Sunday.

The road freight and logistics sector truck drivers associations had distanced themselves from the planned …

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