It’s that time of the year again and we’re all suffering from holiday fever. Days at work have become unbearably long and we’re all counting the calendar days left of the year until we’re set to go on our annual leave.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and is widely promoted across the globe. Reported as the most common form of the cancer disease among women in South Africa, the prevalence and rate of diagnosis is becoming more and more of a concern.
As a business owner optimising your entire value chain is critical for long term sustainability. Often levels of skill in terms of balancing the needs of the various role players are involved.
A bucket list can contain experiences, achievements or even destinations people want to have or experience before they kick the proverbial “bucket”. Some people might add things like graduating from university, buying a house or bungee jumping.
If you’re not one of the approximately five million South Africans currently battling debt then you most likely know someone who is among them.
Before signing on the dotted line and choosing a suitable health insurance or medical aid plan, it would be to your advantage to have a look at the health cover that you’re entitled to. Your benefits are likely to be determined by the medical aid plan of
Have you ever watched a movie and thought to yourself; “Gee, I wonder if they’ve got insurance?” Today we look at 10 classic movie scenes where insurance would most likely have paid off had they been insured.
These days we are easily lured into the grips of an unhealthy lifestyle. Our bad eating habits can lead to chronic diseases such as diabetes or cardiovascular problems later in life.
Today we’re going to help you prepare for your first (or next) SA road trip. We’ll take you through a particular route from Cape Town to Mozambique, as told by people who have made the journey.
Ever heard of gender tax? Is there such a thing? Unfortunately… yes. Thankfully we are living in a more modern world and things are bit less gender strained. In South Africa, though, research suggests that men are still earning a substantial amount more than women.
Whether you’re sipping on your tea in a five-storey home in an upper-class residential area, find yourself comfortably ensconced in your three-bedroom townhouse in the more middle-class neck of the suburbs, no one is safe or exempt from being a victim of
A healthier home equals a healthier you. Which is why the move towards sustainable materials is no longer a nice-to-have but the status quo for designers, architects and eco-friendly home renovators.
Sometimes living in South Africa can feel like a serious gamble. Just prior to this publication, we posted a detailed article on the state of South African roads which didn’t paint a rosy picture. In this article we look at the leading causes of natural a
In November last year Antoinette Slabbert published an article on Moneyweb called Five million South Africans drowning in debt. Whilst it was informative, it highlighted just how many South Africans live on credit every month.
‘Change is a coming’ – with industry leaders forecasting a shift in the insurance industry, a vast majority of insurance companies will need to decide whether they will sink or swim.
The healthcare sector in South Africa remains under reform, with costs rising in the private health sector and more and more lower to middle income groups of the population, unable to qualify for public health insurance.
Managing your debt is a tricky task. For many people, living in debt is a way of life - but that doesn’t mean it has to be a part of your life. Going into the New Year with a determined financial battle plan will give you a feeling of empowerment