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Things have changed in every way possible in South Africa, and as a single woman, I am more concerned about my safety in all forms now more than ever.

Thanks to the team at Battery Centre, who are celebrating the brave, thoughtful and smart women who are pivotal to the success and well-being of families, communities and many businesses of all sizes this August – and have given me a R 2500 voucher to give away to one lucky reader this month!

The voucher is valid for one year and can be used at any Battery Centre countrywide – make sure to put your (and your family’s safety) first and enter below.

Comment below this post and tell me why you deserve to win this voucher, and it could be you! Competition closes 31 August and the winner will be contacted via email.

*T&C’s apply and the voucher may not be redeemed for cash.

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6 Comments

Willie E Aug 14, 2020 at 5:13 pm

The lockdown has made our finances really tight. So naturally our car had to start giving problems. We had to jump start three times last month and finally got a second-hand battery from a friend. But this one is also on the brink of death 🙁 A new battery would be huge saving grace for us. Save us, Heather! Save us!

Sasha Aug 16, 2020 at 10:11 pm

Because I lost my job in March, I have absolutely no funds for basic necessities, I would absolutely love to win, it would mean so much to me, to know I ha e back up with this generous prize

Hayley Koster Aug 20, 2020 at 9:55 am

My husband bought a second hand car last year. He uses the car for work & really depends on it, as he gets moved to different sites in different areas, which can sometimes be quite far.

I am unemployed for the past 2 years & stay home & take care of our 2 kids. Our car has been problematic from the beginning of this year. The car takes long to start, or sometimes it doesn’t start at all & my husband has to use public transport. Sometimes when my husband stops at a robot, the car switches off & then he has to get someone to help him kick start.

He did speak to a mechanic for advice & the mechanic said, it’s either the starter that needs to be changed or he needs to buy a new battery or it could be both. We don’t have money to repair the car.

During Lockdown my husband was at home for 5 months & received half his salary, which was really difficult for us to survive on with 2 kids. My husband was called back to work last week, but the company has explained to him, that they still can’t afford to pay everyone their full salary & are also looking at retrenching staff.

Winning this awesome prize from you Heather & Battery Centre will be a tremendous weight off our shoulders & will help with a huge part of our financial strain.

Xolani Zaca Aug 20, 2020 at 6:20 pm

I recently was stranded with a dead battery in an unfamiliar place at night and it was a really big inconvenience and very dangerous. My battery gave me signs though as I noticed that my headlights seemed to be dim and weaker than usual but thought it was just worn out lights, and mind you dim headlights are a serious safety issue. I now know that my battery is worn out because I find that my car is only starting when I press my foot on the gas pedal, which also consumes more gas than usual. It’s actually compromising my safety and hurting me on the pocket, I urgently need to get a replacement battery before it’s too late. So if I win this voucher I can get myself a good quality Raylite battery from Battery Center because buying car batteries from just anyone can also be detrimental.

    Heather Hook Sep 1, 2020 at 1:14 pm

    Congratulations Xolani, you are my lucky winner, I have sent you an email! HH

Shanice Aug 21, 2020 at 2:52 pm

I am a self employed young woman and need my vehicle everyday to work and bring money . I often find myself helping people from my community for free for me to win this voucher would be amazing. Thank you

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