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M. Moipolai,Grand Winner of the 2011 OUTsurance 702 OUTshine Award

09 December 2011

On 8 December 2011, Moses Moipolai was named overall winner of the 2011 OUTsurance 702 OUTshine Awards. He received R40 000 in Builders Warehouse vouchers for displaying exceptional commitment and true passion in performing his duties as a pointsman. 

 

The 2011 OUTsurance KZN Expedition marks yet another win for Mr.A Hill

18 November 2011

18 November 2011 - The past weekend marked the third successive win for Team TIB in the OUTsurance KZN Expedition event. TIB team member, Andrew Hill, was a clear favourite to win the race – and with two successive wins already behind his belt, he once again came out tops as individual winner of this event.

OUTsurance Talk 702 Pointsmen project open for public tender

08 November 2011

Last week Johannesburg commuters had to fend for themselves in the midst of chaotic peak-hour traffic when it was announced that the City of Johannesburg temporarily suspended the services of the OUTsurance 702 Pointsmen project.  

Get ready for the 2011 OUTsurance Expedition

07 November 2011

This weekend promises a spectacular mountain bike race event with the OUTsurance KZN Expedition taking place early on Saturday morning.

If we can’t beat your insurance premium, we’ll give you R200!

07 October 2011

At OUTsurance, we’re so confident that we can save you money that we’ve decided to pay you R200 in cash if we’re unable to do this.

So, if ever you needed an excuse to call us – this will be it! 

Future of the OUTsurance 702 Pointsmen project in Johannesburg

31 October 2011

This morning, 31 October, it was reported by Talk Radio 702 on air that the OUTsurance 702 Pointsmen project had been cancelled and that today was the project’s last day. The debate that followed on air, and the contributions made by the different people quoted could have left the public confused as to what is the official way forward and stance of OUTsurance with regards to this matter. In order to clear this up, we’d like to explain the story:

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