Monthly Archives: July 2015

SAMBRA & RMI Cape Town set up soup kitchen for Madiba Day

For the second year, the SAMBRA & RMI Office in Cape Town created a pop-up soup kitchen outside their offices in Parow, much to the delight of the less fortunate in the area. Wanting to make a direct impact in the community from where they operate, instead of simply sending goods to a charitable organisation, the team set up a gazebo, got soup on the go and served the hungry.

Rainy weather driving tips

Winter is here and with it comes all kinds of adverse conditions and extra hours of darkness. When it comes to rainy weather, motorists need to be extra vigilant as the lack of visibility and other hazards can cause serious accidents. Your safety comes first. Here are some simple tips to remember when you drive in the rain.

FEATURED MEMBER: Orbit Coach Works

FEATURED MEMBER: Orbit Coach Works is situated in Parow Industria in Cape Town. In addition to offering superior services in accident and general auto body repair (panel beating, spray painting, scratch removal, etc), they also restore older and vintage model cars of all makes.

merSETA course material

DID YOU KNOW: merSETA panel beating and spray painting course material is made available to accredited training providers that are registered with merSETA.

Important member notice from the RMI

The RMI aims to communicate effectively to all members, but in order to do so, you need to keep your details updated on the RMI database. The online process is quick and easy and ensure that you always receive important RMI information – first time, every time.

Tips to survive the Tax Season

Tax Season is here, and it can be a stressful time for individuals and companies alike – especially if you have not been too vigilant about keeping your paperwork in order. The good news is that SARS has put together some helpful tips on how you can survive Tax Season.

MBR apprentice on his way to Brazil

Body shop repair apprentice Thabiso Mohale from Dent Doctor Randburg, is one of three South Africans to represent the country in the automotive categories of the 2015 WorldSkills championships in Sao Paulo, Brazil, this coming August.