Scared or compromised ANC leaders seem ready for collective suicide, says Solly Moeng.
‘White monopoly capital' is just a ploy to avoid SA’s real problems, say two analysts.
If SA were a company with its own share price, how would it perform, asks Jac Laubscher.
The National Credit Regulator is concerned about the rising number of consumers who pawn their motor vehicles in order to obtain loans.
In his budget speech the finance minister was wrestling with a national debt challenge. The vast majority of South Africans are in the same space, says an expert.
The SA Reserve Bank's decision to keep interest rates unchanged gives consumers a timely reprieve as many are likely recovering from festive season spending.
An expert explains how consumers seeking loans can ensure their money is not taken without their permission, after the NCR filed papers against a bank over the practice.
Standard Bank will oppose a court bid by the National Credit Regulator, which wants a court to order that the common law set-off has been superseded by the National Credit Act.
The National Credit Regulatorr has gone to court to get legal clarity on the effect of section 124 of the National Credit Act 34 of 2005 on the common law set-off.
There are five things to consider in avoiding the real possibility of returning from the holidays with empty pockets, says an expert.
The first month of the year is always a tough one financially as the festive season overspending hits consumers' wallets as well as looming expenses.
There is no better way to kick off the New Year than with the best financial resolution in mind, namely lowering your debt pile, says a debt expert.
A recent experiment highlights that many South African households have more money than they realise tied up in unwanted goods.
Debt forgiveness would accelerate irresponsible borrowing and could be seen as discriminatory to people who consistently repay their debt, says a debt expert.
A Fin24 user, who can barely survive as she struggles to manage her finances, seeks advice on how to ease the debt burden.
Amendments to the act have been introduced to force informal and unscrupulous lenders to register as credit providers, writes Maya Fisher-French
A Town Hall Meeting by PCI Security Standards Council around cyber security is set to commence in Cape Town, the first time the conference is hosted in Africa.
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