As predicted, the price of petrol has been cut this month. Before you break open the champagne, however, you should probably read this.
Thinking of a career change? CareerJunction has released its latest South African salary survey, detailing which jobs in South Africa pay the highest salaries.
Good news for car owners suffering through the petrol hikes. Recent data reveals that there could be a petrol price cut in December.
If you’re feeling economically drained, you aren’t alone. Here’s how the cost of living in South Africa compares to other countries.
A paper on the effects of land expropriation without compensation predicts that it would have a drastic effect on the economy.
Pam Golding has published its annual property market review report, showing how SA’s major property markets have performed over the last year.
The deadline for filing your tax returns as a non-provisional tax-payer was October 31 – a bad day for procrastinators who tried to file at the last minute.
If the Western Cape seceded from the rest of South Africa, and created the Cape Rand, would it benefit financially?
The University of Cape Town’s Engineering department has unveiled the world’s first ‘bio brick’, made from ‘liquid gold’.
Tax season is almost over, which means the deadline for submitting your tax returns is rapidly approaching. Here’s what you need to know.
The South African government showed just how out of touch they have become, with their advice on beating the petrol hike backfiring spectacularly.
Companies like Amazon and Apple seem to be on the up and up, but have everyday investors missed the boat? Time for an expert opinion.
The latest Take-home Pay Index has confirmed improvements on both an annual and a monthly basis to the average salary in South Africa.
If you’ve just popped your house on the market, you might want to check out what the latest House Price Index has to say.
South Africa is officially in a recession, and that has seen the rand take a battering over the past few days. If you think that won’t affect you, you’re wrong.
We’re a society that has become used to instant gratification, which is never more apparent than when the internet lags. Our impatience has some serious knock-on effects.
If you happen to get a call from Cyril Ramaphosa’s office, and there’s talk of a massive investment coming your way, we suggest you exercise caution.
In 2015, #FeesMustFall formed to protest fee hikes and institutionalised racism at SA universities. Three years later, and the costs are still mounting.
You’ve seen Eskom’s in the kak once again, but some of the numbers being thrown around are out of this world. They could have serious ramifications for all of us.
Now that Robert Mugabe is on his way out, let’s take a brief look at the economic legacy he has left behind. Yeah, it’s not pretty.
Everyone wants a decent nest egg when they decide to live the good life, but it’s amazing how a little error here and there can end up costing you millions.
Nowadays it’s easy to become overwhelmed by the wealth of information at our fingertips, but if you want to be clued up on the markets it’s not that hard.
While the majority of the country lives in abject poverty, Kim and his mates seem to have plenty of money to throw around. So how exactly do they pay the bills?
As South Africans around the country took to the streets to voice their discontent at Zuma and his recent antics, others claimed to be delighted with the downgrade.