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The advantages and benefits of online learning

SPONSORED | Online study can be a solution for you

Could intensive care at a public hospital cripple you financially?

Banging on free treatment in public hospitals, if you need it? Think again, because public hospitals may charge you if you earn above a certain amount.

15 things you need to know about debt relief

If you’re expecting to have your debts written off now that the debt relief bill has been signed into law, don’t. 

Why an endowment policy might not be right for you

A product provider or an adviser should tell you all the material terms about a financial product so that you can make an informed decision on whether or not it's a suitable investment for you.

Mobile coffee franchise transforms corporate canteens into in-house delis

SPONSORED | Café 2 Go founders use their collective business experience to diversify the franchise offering

Which money transfer service is cheapest?

Those dear to you are far away. You have money, they don’t. How do you get some funds to them, and preferably as cheaply and as quickly as possible?

Beauty coins it with hobby

Small town spa creates seven jobs.

Cape Town's high-end property collapse spreading to the middle

FNB’s quarterly property survey has confirmed that Cape Town’s luxury house market is on the skids.

Top 25 fund aims to help you prosper

Over the past seven years to the end of June this year, the fund has returned 11.12% a year and is ranked 26th out of 186 funds in its category over this period.

Olano Makhubela: Reaping big rewards from small sacrifices

Talking to Money in our first instalment in a series profiling key roleplayers in the financial services industry on their money habits, the divisional executive of retirement funds at the FSCA, says he believes saving is imperative for a good quality of life.

Five critical facts you must know about debt counselling

Debt counselling – also known as debt review –  is a legal process and being in it has consequences. 

African Bank’s MyWORLD account offers shared banking to South Africans

SPONSORED | MyWorld meets family and community banking needs

Lonmin's wage offer a slap in the face of workers: AMCU

South Africa's Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union is disappointed by a wage offer for workers at Lonmin, which was acquired by Sibanye-Stillwater this year.

Steinhoff looks to sell off assets after R107.35 bln accounting fraud

Steinhoff looks to sell off assets after $7 billion accounting fraud

Goldwagen supplies high-quality car parts at competitive prices

SPONSORED | The car-part supplier franchise prides itself on its knowledge of cars and good spares

Rand dives to 11-month low in global risk-off environment

The local currency tested R15.20/$ earlier on Thursday

'Wooden spoon survivor' T-shirt: does it represent endemic family violence?

Clothing retailer Edgars came under fire on social media on Thursday for releasing a T-shirt featuring the slogan, 'wooden spoon survivor'.

Q&A Forum: Two children, six years apart: how much and where do I save for their education?

Given the short timeline for the older child, it would not be advisable to take an aggressive approach by investing in equities.

Sibanye-Stillwater flags improved operating performance

Sibanye-Stillwater flags improved operating performance

Financial empowerment starts with the basics

Changing the culture of not speaking about money is the first step in empowering women to take control of their finances.

Not all property stokvels are as safe as houses

You need to be careful when joining a stokvel that claims to be investing in property.

Your taxes will increase to fund NHI, leaked copy of bill shows

The government's much-vaunted National Health Insurance (NHI) will be paid for, largely, by increased taxes.

'I will fight to protect Reserve Bank's independence,' warns Lesetja Kganyago

Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago said on Wednesday he will fight to protect the central bank's independence if it is jeopardised by plans to bring it into public ownership.

PetroConnect provides back-office tools to run service stations efficiently

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Bank union plans 'total shutdown' as industry wields massive axe over jobs

Finance union Sasbo has threatened a "total shutdown" of the banking industry next month if their demands that for minimal retrenchments in the sector are not heeded.

Nedbank demands action on ecomomy as profit stagnates

Nedbank demands action on ecomomy as South African profit stagnates

Instagram and WhatsApp: The names they are a changin'

Social networking giant Facebook will be adding its name to WhatsApp and Instagram‚ executives have confirmed.

Rand reaches R14.70/$ following US jobs data

US jobs numbers came in roughly as expected, with the rand failing to recover Thursday’s losses, following an escalation in the US-China trade war

Find it in the classifieds: Tiso Blackstar teams up with Gumtree

The new partnership will be used to analyse audiences and leverage off this information.
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