No one is born bad at managing money - Q&A with finance bunny Nicolette Mashile
Titled 'What's Your Move? A Collection of Ordinary Financial Lessons', the book could've easily become another one of the many finance self-help books already out there - until it had to be completely rewritten to offer a different narrative.
Govt backtracks on 'incorrect' tweet on booze & cigarette bans during lockdown
Earlier on Wednesday the government tweeted that "The ban on the sale of alcohol and cigarette will remain in place throughout the lockdown period. The purpose is to save lives and protect the health and well-being of our people."
Booze & cigarette bans to stay throughout lockdown - government
According to government, the bans on these products will remain in place throughout the lockdown period and at this stage, with over 380,000 positives recorded, there's no telling when lockdown will be declared over.
93-year-old Ma Newman from W Cape beats COVID-19
With elderly people being a particular risk group during the coronavirus pandemic, it was quite a concern when Ma Newman tested positive in June.
Study: Smokers try to quit as illegal cigarette prices surge 250% under lockdown
Some respondents reported prices as high as R300 per pack of 20 or R3,000 per carton of 200 cigarettes.
You can get a R9 deposit with Coke’s new returnable bottle
Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa announced it's rolling out returnable 2-litre plastic bottles to more parts of the country after a successful pilot in the Eastern Cape last year.
So long, Chocolate Log! One of SA's favourite treats discontinued after 50 years
Nestlé South Africa has confirmed that it has discontinued production of Chocolate Log, the creamy marshmallow on crisp wafer covered in milk chocolate.
Mandla Mandela pays tribute to his 'feisty, fearless' aunt, Zindzi Mandela
In a post on his Instagram, Mandla Mandela said death had snatched another member of their family too soon and left a gaping chasm of pain.
WATCH: Zindzi Mandela delivers iconic speech on behalf of her father in 1985
The speech she made on 10 February of that year was a response to then-President PW Botha, who had offered to release Mandela, only if he obliged to a number of conditions - all of which were rejected.
'DRUM' set to stop printing, 'Sunday Sun' set to close as COVID-19 hits Media24
Media24 announced on Tuesday that it was considering the closure of a number of magazines and newspapers, the consolidation of some business operations and unfortunately, job losses.
Gauteng won't return to hard lockdown because of impact on economy - Masuku
Gauteng Health MEC Bandile Masuku said that the province was still deliberating on applying stricter lockdown regulations. These regulations had already been gazetted, he added.
Sassa reconsidering declined R350 grant applications for possible payout
Earlier this month Sassa announced that most applications had been rejected because applicants were already registered on the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) database.
Q1 employment stats see 8.5 million SA youth without jobs
The unemployment rate increased by 1 percentage point from 29.1% by December 2019.
No taxi fare increase in WC, says Santaco
The announcement will probably come as a relief for commuters in the provinces as prices in other parts of the country will see an increase.
Save Indalo - Salon owner turns to crowdfunding to keep business open
Indalo Nubian Naturals, which caters to men and kids with natural African hair, announced the closure of its Joburg branch last week, leaving 29 stylists without a job.
'I'm angry, I'm devastated' - COVID-19 forces popular Joburg salon to close down
Even though the salons have been permitted to operate under lockdown level 3, Indalo Nubian Naturals has a debt that’s well over R150,000 for rent alone and that's forced owner Smangele Sibisi to shut the Johannesburg branch.
Sassa won't give you the R350 unemployment grant if you're registered with UIF
The temporary grant was announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa in April as part of an economic relief package to assist those in need during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
'The River' halts shooting after reported positive coronavirus case
All cast and crew have been asked to self-isolate for the time being. They will soon be required to go for testing.