Budget: a mathematical confirmation of your suspicions. ~A.A. Latimer
The SARB recently revealed that local salary growth was the lowest ever.
'Queer Eye' star Tan France says his clothes fooled his husband into thinking he was wealthy.
South Africans are choosing to buy smartphones rather than cameras.
Do men and women spend their cash differently?
Some have had to turn to creative and practical ways of making every cent go further.
Sometimes we waste money on things we don’t need without even realising it. It can be difficult to spot things that waste cash because an item's affordability is subjective based on your situation and personal preferences.
YOU reporter Shanaaz Prince explains the 52-week savings plan that will pay for her next holiday
Tips to help you change your spending habits and attitude towards money so that you can save
The Department of Water and Sanitation overspent close to R111m of its budget for the 2016/17 financial year, but only achieved 48% of its performance targets, according to a report tabled in Parliament.
Michael Jackson bought jewelry for Elizabeth Taylor, a monkey named Bubbles, and Neverland Ranch, where he built a zoo, theme park, and train station.
On average, travellers will spend anywhere from R160 to R2,000 per airport visit.
From blowing it all on clothes to splurging on fancy cars, here are some financial mistakes to avoid in your 20s.
Up to 95% of our decisions can be determined by impulsive, unconscious processes - with consumers often ignorant of the influences that make them shop.
Don't be left in the dark.
Money well-spent means that you’ve derived some value out of your purchase, but that doesn’t always signify a low cost. There are some things like education that simply cost a lot of money, but you definitely get the best bang for your buck.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting married in Windsor, England on Saturday. The royal wedding will cost R587 million ($46 million) and the expenses will be paid by the government, the crown, and Markle herself.
Despite a slight drop in transactional growth in February, the non-decline of BankservAfrica's Economic Transaction Index in the last four months is grounds for optimism.
If you find yourself overspending this festive season, don’t fret: you are not alone. Even the Chinese, arguably the world's biggest savers, are as in love with spending as the rest of us.
The latest FNB/BER consumer confidence index shows little improvement and is expected to remain low for the remainder of the year, says an analyst.
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