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FNB customers saved over R6.6 billion in 4 years by saving small amounts between...

FNB customers continue to prove that every penny counts when it comes to building a savings culture. The Bank’s customers are tapping into innovative and automated ways to save, such as...

The Week Ahead: Local releases lead the way

In SA, we have a busy week ahead and, among others, expect the following companies to report results: Raubex (Interim Results) – Management has guided for headline earnings per share (HEPS)...

Forex trading as a new source of income in South Africa

You've probably heard or read something about forex (foreign exchange), which proves the fact of its widening popularity. Yet, there are a lot of those interested ones who want to go...

Shrinking SARS income shows crucial importance of business

When only three million South Africans out of a total population of 56 million pay 38% of total tax revenue through their personal income tax, it should be obvious that the...

Some Cape Town commuters spend nearly half their income on transport – Mayco member

Low-income families in outlying suburbs like Khayelitsha spend around 43% of their income on transport, says Brett Herron, Cape Town Mayoral Committee member for Transport and Urban Development. In areas...

Airbnb a boon for over-60s

JOHANNESBURG - South Africa has seen growth of nearly 40percent of senior Airbnb hosts in the past year as more senior homeowners are turning to the platform to supplement their pension. ...

This is the average take home pay in South Africa right now

The backdated salary payments in the public sector continued to spur the increase in BankservAfrica’s Take-home Pay Index for August. Real salaries showed improvements on both an annual and on...

The highest income tax rates in the world – including South Africa

Economist Mike Schussler has broken down the weighty tax burden placed on individuals in South Africa, showing that we have one of the highest tax rates in the world. In...

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Renewable energy component market will be worth R468-billion by 2030 –...

By Larry Claasen SOUTH Africa’s energy crisis, along with the global move to environmental sustainability has the potential to be a big economic drive, says...

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