The arms deal judgment will have implications for future commissions of inquiry. The Gauteng High Court in Pretoria set aside the findings of the 2015 Seriti commission report into the billion-rand arms deal.
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Lauren Willoughby outlines five ways gig economy workers can DIY their retirement savings.
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).
What's a guy to do when he can't help splurging on SARS and Eskom and accidentally misses the extra zero at the end of a price tag? Learn a few expensive lessons, of course. Fin24 got the lowdown on saving from comedian Nik Rabinowitz.
Every morning, Bright Khumalo sets aside an amount equal to the day of the year, times 10c.
What you end up doing with your retirement nest egg is one of the most critical financial decisions of your life, as your choice you make will determine your lifestyle for the next 25 to 30 years, says Coronation Investment Specialist Christo Lineveldt.
Times are tough for SA consumers and they are looking for ways to make their money go further, according to Susan Steward from Budget Insurance.
While the prospect of early retirement might be very enticing, the majority of South Africans simply can't afford it. Personal finance expert Tristan Naidoo offers a few tips.
Cyber security is a major blind spot in the retirement fund industry, according to Viresh Maharaj, chief executive at Sanlam Corporate: Sales & Marketing.
How much should you save now to financially secure your future? When it comes to investing, putting a little bit away now can go a long way.
One rule of thumb says that if you can live on 5% of your assets each year and if they are managed properly, your savings should last you forever, says Nic Horn, director and regional head in Durban of Citadel.
Freelancer, temp, contractor, part-timer, digital nomad…whatever you call yourself, if you’re not employed full-time by “The Man”, you’re a gig economy worker. And that means you’re all alone when it comes to handling your finances. In the first of a three-part series, Lauren Willoughby, Retail Administration Manager at Sygnia, gives gig economy workers the low-down on how to handle their money, plan for retirement and save for it.
Many SA homeowners are missing out on the benefits of saving by paying an additional amount off their bond every month, says the CEO of BetterBond.
South Africans are not saving enough and only 6% of them will be able to maintain their standard of living after retirement.
A trend of financial 'irregularities' among corporates wreaks havoc on the savings prospects of South Africans, including for retirement, says Sifiso Skenjana.
It is important to decide at what age you would like to retire to ensure that you have contributed enough, says a wealth manager at FNB.
Thrift is increasingly going mainstream and a Gumtree survey estimates it could be worth R1trn in terms of items in SA households that are not being used.
The retirement savings cost disclosure standard, which came into effect on March 1, aims to assist employers or trustees to compare retirement fund quotations.
Spoiler alert – it’s probably more than you think, says Elian Wiener.
Maximising your contributions or making a lump sum payment towards your pension, provident or retirement annuity is the most efficient way to minimise the impact of rising taxes while building long term capital, says Regard Budler, head of product solutions at Momentum Corporate.
Fin24 reader Khuselwa Ncwana shares her journey of becoming more money wise and the role Fin24 played in helping her to get there.
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