Advice for an aspirant baker who wants to start her own enterprise in Limpopo.
Not even my husband knows I'm under debt management, says a Fin24 user.
Financial services provider FirstRand has expressed interest in acquiring Nigeria's two nationalised banks.
Investec bank and asset manager has reported an 18% rise in full-year profit, boosted by strong income from fees and commissions.
During First National Bank CEO Michael Jordaan's 10-year tenure he served the bank with distinction and reached the goals he had set for himself, says FirstRand.
Outgoing FNB CEO Michael Jordaan, who spent 10 years at the helm of the bank, says he is happy because he is leaving the company in good hands.
FirstRand has announced that Michael Jordaan will step down as head of its FNB Division at the end of 2013, to be succeeded by Jacques Celliers.
Financial services firm Alexander Forbes says it is considering possible deals to sell off stakes in its short-term and life insurance unit, Guardrisk.
The Financial Services Board has reportedly said it looks forward to the possibility of facing convicted Fidentia fraudster J Arthur Brown in a civil case.
FedGroup Beneficiary Fund administrators will give R1m to the 500 ex-mineworkers and other beneficiaries who lost millions from Fidentia, CEO John Field says.
Royal Bank of Scotland axed 1 400 more positions, taking the total number of job losses close to 40 000 since its bailout during the global financial crisis.
The R150 000 fine imposed on former Fidentia boss J Arthur Brown is a let-down as it will not deter white collar crime, says the Financial Services Board.
Judge Anton Veldhuizen has justified a R150 000 fine for former Fidentia boss J Arthur Brown, saying he was not convicted of stealing millions from pensioners.
A user says he was misled into signing a document allowing a garnishee order.
FNB's Michael Jordaan says a 10-year stint as CEO is long enough.
Advice on how to make sure you put your financial affairs in reputable hands.
The registration of two debt counsellors has been cancelled after an official probe.
A user has learnt to read the fine print and hold her debt reviewer accountable.
A Gamblers Anonymous member tells how he was lent money far beyond his means.
Can't live without it? Best to learn to manage debt comfortably.
A Fin24 user tells how he spent more than he earned and didn't save.
Britain's biggest banks have received a boost when the consumer watchdog decided not to refer the market for personal current accounts be be probed.
Former Fidentia boss J Arthur Brown was fined R150 000 and a given suspended prison sentence for two fraud convictions.
A necessary evil as most people need credit to buy homes and cars.
Impossible as all debt eventually gets you into trouble.
Possible only for well-disciplined consumers.
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