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Hundreds of employees are increasingly desperate or frustrated as they have not been paid the Unemployment Insurance Funds’ Covid-19 Temporary Employer Relief Scheme benefits.
Internet fraudsters are having a field trip as people working from home are no longer protected by the normal firewalls and cyber security measures found in the workplace.
Beware, now that people are returning to work, the banks have reintroduced high charges for failing to use your own bank’s ATM to withdraw money.
With the country under lockdown, an escrow service makes sense as people increasingly turn to private purchases to save costs and also want to sell goods privately to raise cash.
A young entrepreneur has brought pizza to rural communities and business is booming.
Government has agreed to fund a restructuring of South African Airways, if a business rescue plan for the struggling state-owned airline is adopted, a copy of the draft plan showed on Monday.
The Association for Savings and Investment South Africa (Asisa) is in the process of putting together a working group to deliberate on the issue of allowing workers access to their retirement funds.
If the lockdown has reduced your income and you were contributing to the UIF, you may be eligible for some relief from the fund’s temporary benefit scheme.
Although only 19% of motor vehicle claim disputes were resolved in favour of the insured consumer, the sector watchdog put R47.7m back into the pockets of these consumers.
Many parents are struggling to keep paying school fees, and while government and some private schools have offered contingency plans, other private schools have not.
Making a budget and managing it proactively has always been the best way to stay on top of your spending, and in crisis times you need to ensure you save as much as you can.
The employment and labour department says the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has to date paid in excess of R15bn to beneficiaries of the company relief scheme.
SA Airways' joint business rescue practitioners (BRPs) on Wednesday shot down an "unvetted" statement issued by the airline the previous day saying it was ready to resume domestic flights from mid-June
Food producer Tiger Brands is looking to cut "significant" numbers of jobs and has scrapped its interim dividend due to supply disruptions and margin pressures linked to the coronavirus, it said on Monday.
When we feel helpless we often stay mum because we feel we have no control, but there is always something you can do, says financial planner and columnist Zanele Kunene.
An inspiring story of a community investing in each other to reshape the future of rural health care
This was the fourth meeting of the Bank’s monetary policy committee this year, after an emergency one was held in April
The auctioning of a man’s house for a mere R1,000 was a “massive destruction of value” and you have to wonder how the bank could allow this to happen, says a legal expert.
Behavioural scientists call thinking under stress “hot thinking” and it tends to lead us to react defensively.
Medical schemes are expecting a rise in mental health claims once the lockdown ends, despite a decrease in hospital admissions for these conditions in the last two months.