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The ABCs of back-to-school budgeting

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Gearing up to prepare children to go back to school in mid-January can be an unwelcome financial burden, particularly if you got paid early in December and need to make your salary cheque last longer than usual. Nozizwe Fakude, head of consumer insights at specialist...

The ABCs of back-to-school budgeting

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Gearing up to prepare children to go back to school in mid-January can be an unwelcome financial burden, particularly if you got paid early in December and need to make your salary cheque last...

Planning for unexpected education costs in 2022

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As parents plan for the start of the first school term this year, many are faced with paying for unexpected items, in addition to fees and uniforms. Hybrid learning – a combination of in-person and...

Maximise your money in 2022 – 8 tips from JustMoney

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This year has been a financial nightmare for many South Africans, with skyrocketing prices for fuel, food and electricity. This trend is expected to continue into 2022, as retailers and others in the value chain...

57% of South Africans weighed down by financial stress.

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THE STATE OF SOUTH AFRICANS’ MENTAL HEALTH And what we wish our pre-pandemic selves had known Financial stress is taking a heavy toll on South Africans, with about 54% unable to make their money stretch to month-end. It is impacting their own...

5 Tips before Purchasing your First Home

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For many young South Africans, the prospect of buying a home is largely out of reach. In most cases, young people in their twenties are earning starter salaries that make it difficult to meet...

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