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Cape Argus


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Consumers warned: with price increases on horizon, don’t buy what you can’t afford THE WESTERN Cape’s festive season is likely to see a mixed bag of results with low consumer confidence and over-indebted- ness leading to moderate retail sales, but the province’s tourism sector is set for a bumper season, say experts. First National Bank… Continued

Students joining the newly employed are knee deep in loans. GRADUATES who have recently joined the ranks of employment are drowning in debt. Some say they are “knee deep” in student loans and are “struggling to pay back the money”. Students who failed to qualify for bursaries to fund their tertiary education are often left with… Continued

A GROWING number of young people are battling to cope with debt, mostly to pay for their tertiary education, say experts. Ian Wason, chief executive of local debt management firm, DebtBusters, said the country already had a poor-savings culture but this was perpetuated by young people getting into debt – before they are employed –… Continued

Cape Town – A growing number of young people are battling to cope with debt, mostly to pay for their tertiary education, say experts. Ian Wason, chief executive of local debt management firm, DebtBusters, said the country already had a poor-savings culture but this was perpetuated by young people getting into debt – before they… Continued

CONSUMERS already battling high levels of debt to cope with ever-increasing food prices and other costs are in for a nasty sur¬prise, say experts. That’s if the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) approves Eskoms proposed 25 per¬cent tariff increase. Neil Roets, chief executive of debt coun-selling firm, Debt Rescue, said it would be… Continued

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