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Do we have a problem doing loan research? The South African nation has a trust in its future that inspires, but every n

The National Credit Regulator, known in South Africa

If you’re new to the world of credit and the rules and regulations governing it, it’s easy to get the two all jumbled up. As you probably know, there are institutions s

Interest rate changes have some interesting effects on an economy. How does it work? And when does it affect you? In So

What is the National Credit Act? And what does it benefit you? The National Credit Act (NCA) was signed in 2005. It is

Personal or business loans, which loan should you choose? Sole proprietors – you are not alone! Let

The term ‘blacklisted’ is used to classify people who have a bad credit profile. While everyone understands the term, there is actually no blacklist. It’s randomly used

Credit is one of the cornerstones of modern society that lubricates the economy and promotes commercial activity. However, credit enables people to spend money they don

Continuous credit advances - is it good or bad? What is it? What are continuous credit advances? Generally, it can be s

“[W]e’ve all woken up a lot poorer this morning”. This was Kantor, Investec's chief economist’s,