JOHANNESBURG – South Africans will need to start tightening up their pockets in the next few months with food and fuel prices expected to go up.
The drought and the volatility of the rand have been blamed for their negative impact on imports.
“The …Read More
JOHANNESBURG – South Africans are headed into the new year with a debt hangover that’s going to pound their heads far worse than any babbalas headache. And it’s not going to get better.
Experts are warning that 2016 will be extremely tough on …Read More
JOHANNESBURG – As the festive season comes to an end it is back to reality for consumers.
Parents will have to spend big for the school year ahead and with the economy under pressure, 2016 is likely to be a difficult year for …Read More
JOHANNESBURG – The 47 cents per litre petrol price increase due to kick in on Wednesday, the rise in electricity tariffs and an almost certain rate hike by the Reserve Bank later in the year were going to have a devastating impact …Read More