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Why are South Africans scared to speak about money?

As in many other cultures, the reluctance to openly discuss money in South Africa can be attributed to several cultural, historical, and social factors. Here are some reasons why South Africans may be hesitant to speak openly about money: Apartheid Legacy  South...

Your mental health is affected by your physical health

Though the recession of 2008 hit us hard, what we are facing now seems tougher. Unlike last time, we have now had to deal with the devastation of Covid-19 (and all it’s subsequent consequences) as well as with the scourge of loadshedding.  Loadshedding does not...

Budget 2023 in a nutshell

South African Minister of Finance, Enoch Godongwana, delivered his second National Budget on Wednesday, 22 February 2023. With  limited resources available to National Treasury, and the energy crisis  taking centre stage,  the Minister was severely...

How to have a good job interview

Unemployment is at an all time high in South Africa. The job market is therefore extremely competitive. Now, more than ever, it is important to ace a job interview. Here are 10 of the most common questions asked in a job interview. Question 1: Tell me about yourself?...

Marriage and Debt in South Africa

If you are in a relationship, you simply must make the time to have a truthful conversation about your debt, your credit report and your overall view on money, especially if you are planning on tying the knot. Finding financial skeletons in the closet once you are...

Get control of your finances

The cost of living is extremely high,  and there are many South Africans who simply don’t have the extra money to put into a savings account right now. We therefore need to seriously look at saving money by cutting costs and changing our lifestyle. Prioritise...
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