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This is how South Africans plan to get through their retirement years

This is how South Africans plan to get through their retirement years

Sanlam has released its annual retirement Benchmark Survey for 2017, focusing on the financial wellness of employees in South Africa.

Banking, Wealth - By Staff Writer | 28 May, 2017
How much you have to pay for damages if another driver skips a red light or stop sign

How much you have to pay for damages if another driver skips a red light or stop sign

Many South African road users are still under the mistaken impression that a driver who has right of way cannot be held liable for the negligent actions of other drivers, according to Johannes du Plessis, a legal expert at Risk Beneift Solutions (RBS).

Motoring - By Staff Writer | 28 May, 2017
DA losing support because of Zille: report

DA losing support because of Zille: report

Helen Zille’s media comments on colonialism has led to a drop in support for the Democratic Alliance according to a report by City Press, citing internal polling.

General - By Staff Writer | 28 May, 2017
Shocking emails expose the truth of state capture – and Zuma’s plan to flee to Dubai: reports

Shocking emails expose the truth of state capture – and Zuma’s plan to flee to Dubai: reports

Two national newspapers have seen new email evidence showing explicit links and communication between president Zuma, the Gupta family, and the ministers and executives who are tied to the web of state capture.

Government - By Staff Writer | 28 May, 2017
The consequences of flexible working hours

The consequences of flexible working hours

Suggesting flexible working hours to alleviate traffic congestion as suggested by City Officials could have a serious impact on employees and company productivity.

Business - By Staff Writer | 27 May, 2017
Here are the things that stress us out the most each month

Here are the things that stress us out the most each month

The latest Sanlam Benchmark research reveals that most middle-high earning South Africans are under financial stress.

Banking - By Staff Writer | 27 May, 2017
What you need to know about fixtures and fittings when you sell your property

What you need to know about fixtures and fittings when you sell your property

When it comes to time to put your property on the market, sellers are not always aware of the rules around fixtures and fittings and what stays and what goes, says Gerhard van der Linde, a managing director at Seeff.

Wealth - By Staff Writer | 27 May, 2017
The most used and most dangerous drugs in the world

The most used and most dangerous drugs in the world

The latest Global Drug Survey for 2017 has been released, revealing which narcotics are most used, and the most dangerous to take.

General - By Staff Writer | 27 May, 2017
Rich apartment-style living hits the South African north coast

Rich apartment-style living hits the South African north coast

High-cost apartment living is gaining popularity on South Africa’s north coast, with new developments in the Sibaya precinct near Umdloti in KwaZulu Natal drawing keen interest – and prices to match.

Lifestyle - By Staff Writer | 26 May, 2017
Spur is making a mistake by not listening to boycotters: Solidarity head

Spur is making a mistake by not listening to boycotters: Solidarity head

Solidarity head, Dirk Hermann has tried to set the record straight regarding reports that the union was endorsing or leading a boycott against Spur restaurants, saying that he was simply voicing the ‘unheard’ views of Spur customers.

Business - By Staff Writer | 26 May, 2017
Mandisa Maya appointed as first-ever woman president of the SCA

Mandisa Maya appointed as first-ever woman president of the SCA

President Jacob Zuma has appointed Mandisa Muriel Lindelwa Maya as the president of the Supreme Court of Appeal with immediate effect.

Government - By Staff Writer | 26 May, 2017
More than half of the ANC NEC are now opposed to Zuma: report

More than half of the ANC NEC are now opposed to Zuma: report

As more voices join the chorus calling for president Jacob Zuma to step down, analysis by the Mail & Guardian says that the president may have lost his majority support within the ANC’s National Executive Committee.

Government - By Staff Writer | 26 May, 2017
Big jump in reported digital banking fraud in SA

Big jump in reported digital banking fraud in SA

Columinate has revealed the results of its sixth annual Internet Banking SITEisfaction survey, showing Capitec to be the new king in the digital banking category, ousting FNB.

Banking - By Staff Writer | 26 May, 2017
Zuma says he’s ‘not opposed’ to state capture commission, but…

Zuma says he’s ‘not opposed’ to state capture commission, but…

President Jacob Zuma says he is not opposed to a judicial commission of enquiry into state capture – but he doesn’t want to be ordered to do set one up by the Public Protector.

Government - By Staff Writer | 26 May, 2017
Connecting the dots: how Zuma and the Guptas’ state capture is structured

Connecting the dots: how Zuma and the Guptas’ state capture is structured

A new 63-page document compiled by academics from South African universities has connected the dots between president Jacob Zuma, the Gupta family and their many associates and businesses, showing the exact structure of state capture in South Africa.

Government - By Staff Writer | 26 May, 2017
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