Daar is ‘n rede hoekom Annette Muller benoem is deur Forbes as een van Afrika se besigheidsleiers om dop te hou. Haar 2de en nuutste digitale besigheid, Flexyforce, stel besighede in staat om al hulle verskaffers en veral kontrak- en afstandwerkers effektief te bestuur en te betaal op een digitale platform. Die “Future of Work” het gearriveer in ons globale dorpie.

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The team reviews the new Hyundai Tucson on steroids and discuss the ‘Bakkie Wars’ brewing in South Africa. A look at the insanity of the last two Formula 1 Grand Prixs. Finally, Winstone Jordaan from GridCars tells us his incredible story into SA EV Royalty and much more. Powered by AutoTrader.

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George Mienie chats about the effects of not paying your traffic fines, the increased cost of motoring, and the Quickloc8 app that stops taxis if they are overloaded or being driven recklessly.
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There are five new viruses or pieces of malware set loose on the internet every second of the day. Small businesses are especially vulnerable to cybercrime. Fred Roed chats to Charl Ueckermann, CEO of AVeS Cyber Security, about ‘black hat hackers’ and ‘white hat hackers” and their roles. Charl says awareness and proactive monitoring puts you in a place to predict incidents and not simply react. Cyber-attacks come at a high price. The average value of one cyber-attack for small businesses, is about R1 million and it shoots up to about R16 million for bigger organisations. Listen and learn how to protect your business.

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Ever wondered why you should sign up for Revix? Sean Sanders explains the benefits of Revix and what sets them apart. Only three days left for you to cash in on Revix’s special offer: Buy any crypto bundles in July and Revix will guarantee your investment for an entire month!

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How much would it actually cost to scrap e-tolls? A woman left a rather embarrassing item in her car when she traded it in. George Mienie also chats about the Skoda App that ferries your children around and charges them in chores, the Free State man who drove his car into the ocean and more! Powered by AutoTrader.

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The team reviews the 2019 Mazda 3 and discusses which car ranks highest on both the sales and hijack reports. Find out what crazy thing was found in a 1968 V8 Ford Mustang, and how Google Maps left 100 people stranded. We also discuss the most exciting Grand Prix of the year, and much more. Powered by AutoTrader.

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This week we’re talking Libra Coin. Sean Sanders unpacks Facebook’s new cryptocurrency and why it’s set to be a game-changer. The US government however, has different views. Brought to you by Revix.

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George Mienie chats about the upcoming petrol price set for August in SA. What type of passenger are you? Find out about the four different types. A pressurised moon rover that Toyota and Japan will introduce, and Durban North motorists go to great lengths to protect their cars from thieves. Powered by AutoTrader.

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I remember the school run fondly. My mom would load me, my brother, and sister into the car and take us on the 30-minute drive to school. The journey had a familiar routine – passing by the same places, chatting and laughing. Someone else was always in the car though – the radio. There was a DJ cracking corny jokes at the same time every morning, making a predictable prank call, playing the number one song on the charts for that day (in 1992, it was Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’, which meant that we all had to hear that song every day for months, so that it was tattooed on the inside of our skulls and infected our dreams), and someone reading the news headlines. Those morning drives were the context for my teenage years…

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