The World’s Riskiets Robberies
Mar29

The World’s Riskiets Robberies

The news is full of robberies from petty to enormous amounts of cash being stolen . But which ones have gone down in the History books as being the Riskiest . Below are the 10 Riskiets Robberies in History Source:eyewitnesssurveillance

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#AskWomen: The rules of money in a relationship
Mar17

#AskWomen: The rules of money in a relationship

We ask four women how they feel about the male approach to finances and spending on first dates and in long-term relationships The guy who always wants to go 50/50 Ellen, 30s You know what? I was taught that a man is a provider and even if he would like to go 50/50 on something, the suggestion should come from me, not him. He needs to know that he is obligated to do everything – I only contribute when I want to. Kelly, late 20s I...

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SA is home to a third of Africa’s richest business moguls
Nov20

SA is home to a third of Africa’s richest business moguls

South African business moguls dominate Forbes’ 2015 Africa’s 50 Richest List, representing a third of the continent’s wealthiest people South Africa made a strong showing on this year’s list, with 16 businessmen, six of whom are dollar billionaires. Nigerian business magnate Aliko Dangote remains the richest man on the continent for the fifth consecutive year, with a net worth of $16,7 billion (R233 billion), despite losing around $5...

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New app to help taxi commuters calculate change
Sep18

New app to help taxi commuters calculate change

There is no greater offence than messing up a person’s change in a taxi, not closing the door behind you when exiting is a close second. But once you start ‘messing with my money’ we’re going to fight. For this reason alone the front seat is the most dreaded seat in the taxi. With this seat comes the great responsibility of counting out peoples change. This might seem easy to some but once you’re in that seat you’re like a bomb...

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Airport employee who tried to ‘fine’ schoolgirls fired
Aug28

Airport employee who tried to ‘fine’ schoolgirls fired

Cape Town – An airport employee who tried to take advantage of a group of schoolgirls, claiming they needed to pay a fine for not having the correct travel documents according to South Africa’s new immigration regulations, has been fired. Tourism Update reports the man was not a Home Affairs immigration official but a staff member of the aviation security company, Checkport and has since been fired. READ: OR Tambo official...

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