Every week, Perdeby takes a look at something you should have learned at school that would assist you in day to day life. This week, we take a look at what to do in the event of a car accident.
Car accidents are an unfortunate part of life. They can be very stressful. Here are a few tips regarding what to do when involved in one.
You are legally obliged by Section 61 of the National Road Traffic Act (93 of 1996) to stop after an accident if there are other vehicles, pedestrians, or another person’s property involved. If you fail to do so, you are liable to be prosecuted and possibly fined up to R36 000.
As we all know, breakups are hard. Unfortunately, there isn’t one single formula that makes them easy or helps you get over the person. However, Perdeby has put together a list of 10 things to do that will ease the heartache and aid the healing.
LORINDA MARRIAN AND DITEBOGO TSHAKA
Every week, Perdeby sends their journalists to experience something out of their comfort zones. This week Ditebogo Tshaka and Lorinda Marrian attended a pop-up exhibition hosted by Fly-Jar Pop-Up at Bravo’s Pizzeria in Pretoria.
Fly-Jar hosts themed exhibitions every month around Pretoria, each centred on a different theme. The aim of these events is to create a platform to show new and fresh artists’ work in a fun and entertaining environment. Viewers are also able to purchase the art on display.
Have you heard the good news? The first quarter of the year ends this week! We recommend you make use of our party guide.
WEDNESDAY, 5 APRIL
Springbok at 19:00: Weekly quiz night.
Aandklas at 19:30: Weekly quiz night.
Arcade Empire at 19:00: Pizzacoustics feat. Roxphere, August Oak Tree and The Capitals. Entrance is free. Specials include: all-you-can-eat pizza for R80, two-for-one jam jars from 14:00 to 20:00, and the Boxcar Street Food Eatery menu.
The Blue Room at 19:00: Waves Wednesday. Buy a Castle Lite, Flying Fish or a Hunters Dry/Gold for only R10 between 19:00 and 23:00.
Red My Lips is an “international nonprofit organisation” that aims to raise awareness and funds for sexual violence and support victims. Every year they run a worldwide campaign. The campaign encourages people to wear red lipstick every day in the month of April, which is Sexual Assault Awareness month., the Red My Lips campaign uses it to represent the strife victims endure, often being accused of being overly sexual and ‘tempting’ their abusers. They challenge people to wear the daring and bold shade every day with the aim of getting attention and ending the regrettably prevalent invisibility of the issue caused by the “stigma and shame” that surrounds sexual violence.