Slash restaurant bills and avoid debt

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Cape Town - South Africans eat out a lot.  In the year 2013 they spent almost R43bn at restaurants, fast food outlets and on catering services, according to a Stats SA report released in December 2014.

Eating out is convenient, and sometimes you don’t have the choice of preparing a meal in your own kitchen, such as when you are travelling, at work, or you are going out with friends.

But there are ways of keeping these costs low, and sparing your credit card. Here are a few ideas.

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