How to stop living Paycheck to Paycheck
May24

How to stop living Paycheck to Paycheck

Pay Day comes and before you have blinked again , you are counting your last cents to squeeze into the next month. So how do you stop the cycle , and reduce the costs on credit cards. Below are some simple tips to help you get your head above water. Source: MC...

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How to Budget your Money correctly?
Feb02

How to Budget your Money correctly?

Do you have a budget? And how good are you at sticking to the budget. We could all do with some extra cash to do fun stuff with , but what about emergency money. Have you prepared for that . And are you spending in the right places? Below is a great infographic from Jean Chatzy of what should be spent where. Its a good guideline and simple enough to make your own budget from....

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Will Corruption Split the ANC
Jan30

Will Corruption Split the ANC

Chasing  money between some members of the ANC is becoming so bad that senior officials say it could split the ruling party and damage its power to lead. The careless appointments of people  has damaged the goveremnts ability to deliver education, housing and other services,by as much as 40 percent of the 600 billion rand ($45 billion) budget for goods and services . Zuma, agreed that there was a  problem,  January 8 2017, at  an ANC...

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The New Tax Laws and what they mean.
Jan18

The New Tax Laws and what they mean.

President Jacob Zuma recently signed ten bills into law. The new tax laws include three Tax Amendment Acts which automatically brings several new big changes for South African taxpayers. The new tax bills signed into law include The Taxation Laws Amendment Bill; the Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill; The Rates and Monetary Amounts and Amendment of Revenue Laws Bill. These were mainly introduced to address major issues with...

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How a coalition works for SA going forward
Aug10

How a coalition works for SA going forward

With no party winning a clear majority in Nelson Mandela Bay‚ Tshwane and Joburg‚ these metros — and several other councils — are likely to be governed by coalitions. How do they work? 1. If no party wins more than 50% of the vote‚ parties have to try to form a majority coalition government. Parties then seek to form a coalition with one or more parties to get over the 50% mark. 2. The parties have 14 days to form a governing...

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