Ubique Auctioneers of South Africa are looking to go nationwide and even international with new online timed auctions of exclusive properties. Auctions are a great way for individuals and investors to get great deals on exclusive items. Increasingly auctions are now taking bids online as well as in person, the increasing popularity of this format has led to online exclusive auctions from some of the world’s biggest auctioneers. South Africa’s Ubique Auctioneers is the latest to introduce this format, with unique timed and live online auctions available to bidders worldwide. Ubique will be launching their new format with five impressive properties to bid on this 11th to 15th of April 2016. The first of the property auctions offers an impressive 671-hectares (1658 acres) of prime game reserve, which forms part of the core Vredefort Dome World Heritage Site. On this site, many rock formations can be found resulting from a meteorite which hit the earth two billion years ago. The Rondekop Game Farm has an abundance of game, including 3 Giraffes, 138 different species of birds and no less than 72 species of indigenous trees. The second and third lots are more traditional properties, offering sea views as breath-taking vistas in Kleinmond, South Africa. The fourth lot is a beautiful development property 500m from Kleinmond lagoon, which also offers an unrestricted sea view, while the fifth lot offers a modern vacation home situated in the Parys Gold and Country Estate and is sure to attract a few investors. A spokesperson for Ubique Auctioneers explained, “We are excited to be able to offer these amazing properties exclusively online through our new timed auction format. This enables individuals to place a bid at any time before the deadline, just like they might on eBay, in order to secure the very best deal possible on these amazing opportunities. Our new Ubique Online website will feature some of the very best lots we have available to test the strength of . . .
Digital has given rise to new forms of communication, new possibilities and of course, a new kind of specialist. One such specialist is online marketing company iLead Online, which on 11 March 2016 officially became part of the et al Group, adopting the et al appellation to become iLEAD et al. To celebrate this momentous move, Dr Gustav Puth, the Managing Director of STRATEGY et al, as well as Google’s Country Director, Luke McKend, both shared their vision of the future. Dr Puth highlighted the importance of a good strategy and taking action, because well begun is half done. The strategy behind the joint venture is to take iLEAD et al to the next level, combining the experience of our Google-certified and award-winning team of search engine experts, YouTube maestros and engaging content generators, with all that the rest of the et al Group has to offer…which is quite a lot. Considering the good relationship that iLEAD et al has with Google, Luke McKend was more than happy to share what the future holds for online marketing. He emphasised the importance of using new possibilities to position your brand within your target audience, including the newly updated Search Voice app, which allows you to search for any product or service by using a simple voice command or question. Managing Director of iLEAD et al, Johann Nortje, says this relationship will quickly become a force to be reckoned with. “Together we have a bigger share of voice, vastly improved economies of scale and the ability to cater for every need an advertiser might have. In fact, the term 'through-the-line’ takes on a whole new meaning in the et al Group,” he adds. The et al Group comprises various et al companies that constitute – what could best be described as – a consolidation of specialist marketing services into a single brand platform. In this group is the DIGITAL et al cluster of four companies which, as the name suggests, is the specialised digital arm of the group. With a . . .
Number one bestselling author, Dr Mulalo Nemavhandu has released the never-before-told story, The True Origin of HIV & Aids: Secret Revealed. Re-Released February 16, 2016 and available for purchase from Amazon. Having been the subject of contentious debate for decades, Dr Mulalo Nemavhandu has uncovered what has puzzled scientists from around the world since Aids came to light in the 1980s. Readers should prepare to be shocked by the revelations made in this 154 paged non-fiction medical mystery. Over 34 million people in the world are living with HIV and AIDS, with 15 thousand new infections every day and an estimated 17 million AIDS orphans. With this book we can begin to better understand where the suffering began. Dr Mulalo Nemavhandu explains, “We owe the millions of those who died, those living with HIV or AIDS and those that will be infected in the future, the truth and nothing but the truth.” “Aids is no longer a disease, it’s a human rights issue” ~ Nelson Mandela YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRf7oj8Z2bc CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Netcare bursary for two doctors to be trained as Specialist Emergency Physicians: The field of emergency medicine, and particularly its practice in rural South Africa, will receive a boost this year with the training of two additional registrars in emergency medicine (EM), who will be deployed to the North West Department of Health after completion of their specialist training. “Two doctors, Dr Senzeni Kente and Dr Shivani Pillay, received bursaries from the Netcare Foundation to study further and qualify as specialists in EM to the benefit of the people in North West Province,” explains Mande Toubkin, Netcare’s general manager emergency, trauma, transplant and corporate social investment. “The two candidates will study through the University of the Witwatersrand’s Emergency Medicine Department, in partnership with the North West Province’s Department of Health.” North West MEC for Health, Dr Magome Masike welcomed the launch of the Emergency Medicine Registrar Programme as a step in the right direction in view of emergency medicine continuing to evolve. He expressed his belief that the programme would contribute to the success of the National Development Plan (NDP). “Key to the success will be the partnerships between government, the private sector and civil society, working together towards common objectives,” said Dr Masike. Dr Masike added that he always felt it would have far reaching benefit for the citizens in the North West province – both rural and urban, out-of-hospital and in-hospital, single and multiple patients transported by road or air ambulances – if the discipline of emergency medicine is established and developed. Drs Kente and Pillay will join the University of the Witwatersrand’s (Wits) Emergency Medicine registrar academic rotation to gain experience in both public and private sector hospitals. This addition to the Wits EM circuit will result in the first placements of EM registrars at the emergency departments of Netcare . . .
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Bakwena N1N4 toll road held its 9th annual clean-up campaign in Swartruggens on Friday 16th October 2015. This annual event is one of many environmental initiatives that Bakwena is involved in along the N1N4 corridor. The aim of the campaign is to highlight to the children, the importance of caring for their environment. This year’s campaign also included the planting of two Trees of the Year (Willow Tree) at each school. Three schools took part in this green initiative, namely Kgetleng Primary, Swartruggens Intermediate and Reebone Secondary school. Two hundred learners from each school took to the area surrounding their school armed with gloves and rubbish bags provided by Bakwena to clean-up their school grounds & surrounds. Once again Kgetlend primary managed to bag the first prize of R5 500 for the most bags of rubbish which was a whopping 231 bags followed by Reebone Secondary who was a close second at 210 bags (R4 500) and third prize of R2500 went to Swartruggens Intermediate for 110 bags collected. Bakwena cares for the environment and strives to make a difference by raising awareness among our local community members about the importance of living in a litter free environment. Litter not only impacts on the appearance of our communities, it also has serious health and safety implications for both human and animal inhabitants alike. Our annual clean-up events go a long way in ensuring community members take pride in their surroundings as well as their health and safety - this in a fun and pleasantly competitive initiative that we are proud to be part of. Author: Thandokazi Mashalaba from PR Worx. More Info link: http://www.bakwena.co.za Images: For high res version/s of Three image/s please contact PR Worx. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Bakwena N1N4 in partnership with PinkDrive and the Department of Health launched a women’s month campaign to raise awareness about breast, testicular and prostate cancer within the communities which surround the Platinum Highway in the North West province. The programme includes extensive education on the various types of cancers, early lump detection and clinical examinations. The campaign kicked off at the Dinokana Community Health Centre as well as Lehurutshe Clinic where 390 patients have been educated and examined. A further 1680 learners of the nearby high schools of Ntebogang, Ramotshere, N.R. Mandela and Moedwil were also afforded the opportunity to learn about the various types of cancers. Prior to the start of the campaign, 62 caregivers from the surrounding areas were trained on breast cancer education and examinations, to ensure that education is carried far and wide after the campaign period. The second phase of the rollout will take place at Ikalegeng Clinic in Zeerust on 17 and 18 August, Groot Marico Clinic on 19 August and Swartruggens Community Health Centre on the 20 and 21 August. The Toll Concessionaire's corporate social investment focus areas include, but are not limited to, road safety, health, environment and heritage as well as social economic development. “Part of Bakwena's extensive social development programmes is the welfare of the communities along the routes we construct, operate, maintain and build on behalf of the country. As a socially responsible company, we understand the importance of engaging in partnerships which strengthen systems such as health and education,” says Charmaine van Wyk, public relations manager at Bakwena. According to the South African Medical Research Council, lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer in South Africa, accounting for 17% of all cancer deaths. This is followed by oesophagus cancer which accounts for 13%, cervix cancer accounting for 8%, breast cancer accounting for 8% and cancer . . .