“Gauteng motorists could face even more e-toll woes as the second phase of the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project appears to have been given the green light,” reports iafrica.com. This, on top of the ever rising petrol price, will put South African consumers on the back foot as they pay more and more money to get from A to B every day. But the good news is, there are ways to save money on pet... ››› more
“If you're still paying full price for the items you buy or the things you do, you are being ripped off. That's because you could get them for as much as 75% off - even free,” says Gavin Fourie, editor of Unconventional Millionaire. Discover his secret to never paying full price on your cell phone bill ever again. “The average cell phone user spends about R6,000 a year on their cell phone. T... ››› more
Your pay cheque just doesn't stretch as far as you'd like it to. Even if you're not making big purchases, you still need to eat three meals a day and the cost of living is constantly on the rise. But you don't have to feel anxious about your finances and cringe every time you open your wallet to spend money. Here are six easy ways to save money by spending less while supermarket shopping so you wo... ››› more
The weakening rand is going to impact on your savings again with an expected petrol price increase on 6 February. The increase is likely to be as steep as 42 cents per litre. As if that's not bad enough, the petrol price could reach R14/litre in 2013. But there's a way to still save money and beat inflation, even when the petrol price rises... The daily under-recovery in the petrol price exceeded ... ››› more
Every year there are over 700,000 car accidents and countless burglaries in South Africa. So even though you're an optimist, you have to plan for that inevitable rainy day when things will fall apart. That's why you have insurance. But just because you have to have insurance doesn't mean I have to pay a fortune for it… Here are three little-known ways you can save money on your insurance.
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