Instead of focusing on rebuilding the country after years of state capture, we were distracted by a sideshow, writes Mandy Wiener.
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National Treasury has released a new draft law that will standardise the fees municipalities charge for new property developments.
POPULAR comedian Sipho Ntuli has been accused of failing to settle his bill at Blackwhole Fashion Lounge in Mamelodi West, Tshwane.
The US has passed a bill to speed the deployment of self-driving cars by giving the federal government authority to exempt automakers from safety standards not applicable to the technology.
Despite having a R2 000 soft cap to his account, a Vodacom client has been slapped with R7 000 bill. He is one of a string of customers suffering from what has been termed bill shock.
The Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution has pressed Parliament to finalise the Finance Intelligence Bill before the legislature adjourns.
Hilton residents could not help laughing when they saw their water accounts this week after a glitch in uMgungundlovu’s billing system resulted in some receiving accounts amounting to millions of rands.
Travelling Fin24 users have told their woes of roaming cellphone bills that cost them thousands of rands.
While no solid plans have been laid out for the funding of the National Health Insurance, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni says Treasury is in ongoing discussions with the Department of Health.
From July Cape Town wants to impose a new way to bill for electricity. But though the changes look complex, our math suggests the actual impact is just about zero.
A Cape Town Uber user was recently shocked to find his account had been drained by the cab-hailing service, which debited him over R3 000 for an 8 250km trip to India.
Ride-hailing giant Uber is blaming a computer glitch for overcharging a "handful" of customers, including one Philadelphia woman whose bank blocked an attempt to charge her more than $28 000.
The uMgungundlovu district municipality has apologised to residents who received ridiculously exorbitant water bills last week.
In an extraordinary act of human kindness, more than R20 000 was raised by former Linpark High School pupils for their Afrikaans teacher, Barbie Burger (79), after she was left with an enormous utility bill last week.
DurbanvilleZaPOP Media (Pty) LtdR1 000.00 Per Month
Cape Town CBDO'Dwyer PersonnelR6 500.00 - R7 000.00 Per Month
R 2 100 000
R 3 900 000
Apartments / Flats
R 1 050 000
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