If you want good citizens, then stop wasting our time, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Government's farming policies have had a damaging effect, says Terry Bell.
The killer of Cecil the lion is now the one getting hunted - by outraged Americans.
A Fin24 user wants to save money on health costs for her and her three children.
If you get cancer, will your medical scheme cover your treatments?
A Fin24 user about to be married wants to make sure she's covered for medical issues.
A Fin24 user wants to know what is the best option between hospital cash back policies and medical aid schemes.
The new year will see medical schemes confront growing costs and competition and those that survive will need to be innovative, says an industry expert.
The rising price of medical aid premiums has led to one in four people struggling to afford medical aid, a survey found.
Finding a broker to help you choose the medical scheme that best suits your needs is a serious matter. Here's how to separate the wheat from the chaff.
How people on the move can get the health cover they need without breaking the bank.
Everyone who earns more than a certain amount will be legally required to pay contributions towards the National Health Insurance scheme, government says.
Medical schemes will probably look different in future and follow an insurance model.
The healthcare sector is losing between R4bn and R13bn every year through fraud, abuse and unethical behaviour, according to an industry expert.
Here's how to safeguard your personal information if your device is lost or stolen.
New tablet technology will not automatically result in better education, says an expert.
How will I be taxed on my travel claim, and what if I exceed the limit, asks a user.
If you're a working woman, this savings advice is just for you.
A user asks if he can include home care for his elderly wife in his medical rebate calculation.
The way we transact with companies makes us vulnerable to ID theft, warns an expert.
The Health Professions Council of SA has provided tariff guidelines for medical professionals, to protect patients from being overcharged.
Leadership problems that cause 'paralysis' at the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services are set to be independently investigated.
Good – it will improve quality of education
Teachers are not properly trained to implement it
As long as I don’t have to pay for it
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