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Investing in the future

16th March 2021 With a tough year behind us, good news is always welcome. To this end, SABAT Batteries has kicked off the year on a positive note by committing to the upliftment of a new generation of youth through its sponsorship of Jacaranda FM’s Good Morning Angels New Years’ Edition, powered by Sabat... 

AutoX to sponsor ELS for Autism Golf Series

16th March 2021 AutoX, the battery manufacturer of brands such as Willard Batteries and SABAT Batteries, as well as the importer of VARTA, has acquired the naming rights sponsorship, valued at over a million rand, for the ELS for Autism South Africa 2021 and 2022 Golf Series. The 13-event tour commenced at the... 

Jacaranda FM bursary campaign

16th March 2021 2021 started off on a positive note as SABAT Batteries stepped in to invest in the education of some of South Africa’s future leaders. As a sponsor of Jacaranda FM’s Good Morning Angels New Year’s Edition, SABAT has provided bursaries to five lucky recipients. Corne Strydom, Sales and Marketing... 

Dream battery set to make a difference for children with life threatening illnesses

16th March 2021 AutoX, manufacturer of Willard Batteries, is excited to introduce another innovative and positive approach to our business community. This comes in the form of its latest campaign which involves the production of a limited-edition Willard® DREAM battery range. Available at selected automotive... 
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Emalahleni owes Eskom over R5 billion, urges its customers to pay or face darkness

The Emalahleni local municipality in Mpumalanga has revealed that it owes Eskom over R5-billion for unpaid electricity. It has, therefore, handed over to its lawyers the accounts of some 30 defaulting customers, in a quest to collect the revenue and pay the debt. 

Outrage and calls for fuel price audit as motorists overpaid for petrol on Wednesday

Some motorists unwittingly paid 6c/litre more per litre of fuel than they should have on Wednesday morning. This was before the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) admitted that it had made a calculation error on the announced 81c increase - saying that it was only meant to increase... 
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