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The Big 5 trending Banks supplying personal loans are moving and shaking! Loans online are becoming more and more prominent in South Africa. Here are the Big 5 Banks leading the charge in Personal Loans.

In the 2016 People’s Guide to the Budget, it’s noted that expanding access to post-school education and training remains a priority for Government in order to produce the skills necessary to fill jobs, and in turn, boost the economy on its road to recovery. Yet, it is funny to think that South Africa spends a bigger share of its gross domestic product on education than any other country in Africa, yet performance levels are lower than in many other countries on the continent. What will change?

Around 40% of the credit provided by the country's top ten credit providers appears to be reckless according to the recently released Reckless Lending Indicator, developed by debt counselling firm DebtSafe.

You're not alone in feeling this awkwardness! Splitting a restaurant bill is one of South Africa’s most common frustrations known on Google. When it comes to restaurants and paying the bill at the end of a lovely night, many people feel the pain. This scenario can turn a lovely night into a night of horrific frustration. So how can you make it a bit easier?

​Among the sin taxes that the South African government places on commodities such as alcohol and tobacco, you can now include a sugar tax. What does this mean for every day South Africans?

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

The news is full of it. The 'know it alls' are emerging from their cubicles. The question remains though. Is the South African economy in ruins? The

January is the month when commitment to New Year’s resolutions is at its highest. “I’m going to pay off my debt”, is likely to be number one many lists, alongside ‘quit

Is it smart to invest at this very moment? South Africans are in a difficult situation now.

Tax versus Fees, why the question? Let’s rewind to the 1860s, John Wanamaker, a Philadelphia retailer figured his customers and salesmen had better things to