If we are serious about growing the economy and creating jobs, we need to support these young people – even though they don't seem to expect any help or handouts, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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There's a credit that we don't often enough pat ourselves on the back for as South Africans, says Ferial Haffajee.
How to help your man limit his support to his family before it becomes a financial burden.
So-called 'black tax' does the real work of income redistribution in SA. It creates the skills transfer, social cohesion and resiliency building that the state has failed to do for survivors of apartheid, writes Masana Ndinga-Kanga
You don’t need to deny yourself a good time this December. Money experts unpack ways you can be financially savvy and still enjoy i-big dayz
Young black professionals are constantly performing a trapeze act of balancing black tax and trying to reward themselves for their hard work.
The conversation around this topic has been ongoing on Twitter. We spoke to a few people to share their thoughts on the matter, how it has affected their lives and the backlash against a poll that was recently run addressing it.
Some call it a burden and others call it helping one another.
Do women require a different servicing model when it comes to investing? And if so, what and why?
Valentine’s Day brings out the serious side of Celeste Ntuli, widely known as the queen of Zulu comedy.
Just as the various government departments are allocated budgets, individuals must manage their money too. ANC MP Bafuze Yabo talks us through how he saves (and when he doesn't).
How to help your partner limit their support to their family before it becomes a financial burden
“Black tax” is an emotional and financial burden.
South Africans are heavily affected by financial stress and pressure can mount during the festive season.
You can break the cycle of generational dependence without losing your Ubuntu.
Nomzamo offers some sage advice on how to handle Black Tax
“I do everything – from buying groceries to paying for the DStv and even giving my domestic worker mom money to go to work."
Actress Andisiwe Dweba, who plays Getty on Generations – The Legacy, says she has learned from her financial mistake
I do not have a problem with the middle class, but I wish the black middle class was stronger and more stable.
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