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If you've been awarded a settlement from the Road Accident Fund, you can access an upfront payment of your money from new startup, RAFPay.
The only glitch in the process was when scans of my fingerprints didn’t match my prints at Home Affairs. Apparently, hand sanitizer makes it harder to capture print details.
You can only claim for a disability benefit if Covid-19 leaves you disabled as defined by your policy.
The Covid-19 regulations on funerals are a tough pill to swallow, but at the very least they may provide grieving families with a little financial flexibility after the tragedy.
South African mobile operator MTN Group will exit the Middle East in the medium term, it said on Thursday, starting with the sale of its 75% stake in MTN Syria, as part of plans to focus on Africa.
BMW expects to make a profit this year if demand continues to recover, despite posting a record loss for its car division in the second quarter after sales slumped 25% because of coronavirus lockdowns, it said on Wednesday
Telkom Kenya said on Wednesday it was no longer pursuing a proposed joint venture transaction with the Kenyan unit of India's Bharti Airtel.
Heineken SA is not shutting now, despite what it calls immense pressure placed on the industry to retain jobs during the Covid-19 lockdown
Roberta Annan is not only a powerhouse in the investment sphere, but she has made it one of her life missions to make it fashionable to invest in African creatives.
The National Consumer Commission warns that it will be prosecuting everyone involved in the Up Money meat and grocery scheme it has identified as a pyramid scheme.
German fashion house Hugo Boss expects demand for suits and formal wear to return as coronavirus lockdowns ease even as it adjusts to the rising popularity of casual styles after sales tumbled 59% in the second quarter.
A 100% black women-owned company is breaking new ground in the construction and engineering industry.
Vodacom couldn't find seven of the 18 contracts that the high court ordered be make available to "Please Call Me" inventor Nkosana Makate in his protracted legal battle with the cellphone giant.
A potential shotgun wedding to Microsoft Corp for TikTok's U.S. operations provoked an outcry on Chinese social media as well as criticism from a prominent Chinese investor in TikTok owner ByteDance.
Shares in South Africa's Shoprite Holdings shot up over 11% on Monday after it reported higher total sales and said it was considering the sale of all of, or a majority stake in, its Nigerian subsidiary.
President Donald Trump has agreed to give China's ByteDance 45 days to negotiate a sale of popular short-video app TikTok to Microsoft Corp , three people familiar with the matter said on Sunday.
South Africa's telecom operator Telkom has branched into the competitive space of financial services by launching a life insurance business that it said will initially sell funeral insurance.
Diamond mining giant De Beers is likely to have to cut jobs, its chief executive said on Thursday, as it outlined plans for an overhaul of its business after the coronavirus hit jewellery demand.
Diversified miner Anglo American on Thursday told its investors it was on track for a second-half rebound after a 39% dive in profits in the first six months when lockdowns paralysed production.
Manie van Schalkwyk, executive director of the SA Fraud Prevention Service, says the requirement that you pay an upfront fee is a tell-tale sign that you’re dealing with a fraudster.