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The results are in – SA’s most active and best driving city revealed

The results are in – SA’s most active and best driving city revealed

Press releases   •   Sep 13, 2018 08:43 CAT

Cape Town leads the pack in healthy living and better driving.

South Africa’s healthiest city revealed

South Africa’s healthiest city revealed

Press releases   •   Oct 11, 2017 11:29 CAT

Cape Town has the highest number of people who are a healthy weight, plus they purchase the most vegetables and fruit, when compared with South Africa’s other major cities.

Holiday travellers face biggest risk on roads – Discovery Insure

Holiday travellers face biggest risk on roads – Discovery Insure

Press releases   •   Mar 25, 2015 16:54 CAT

South Africa’s road accident fatality rate, one of the highest in the world, costs the economy between 8% and 10% of GDP. On average, there are over 200 roads deaths over the Easter holiday period every year. Recent research conducted by Discovery Insure analysing driving behaviour reveals that holiday-makers are more at risk of being involved in an accident...

More than 30,000 people take part in the Discovery East Coast Radio Big Walk

More than 30,000 people take part in the Discovery East Coast Radio Big Walk

Press releases   •   May 19, 2014 14:51 CAT

It was a fun morning out for more than 30,000 people today (18 May 2014) as the 2014 Discovery East Coast Radio Big Walk got underway. Families and friends; professionals and casual walkers, corporates and colleagues; veterans and first-timers – all spent an enjoyable morning together, along Durban’s promenade...

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Inspiring Awareness

Inspiring Awareness

Blog posts   •   Sep 10, 2013 11:59 CAT

There is no contesting the fact that the Discovery East Coast Radio Big Walk welcomes all kinds of people. While many participants enter the Big Walk to have fun, some people have personal reasons for doing so that are incredibly different to the majority of Big Walk participants...

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