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Make every morning a good one.
Make every morning a good one.

With school starting 15 January, it's hard not to go into panic mode. But since preparation is the key to success, here are a few tips for parents to prepare for the upcoming back to school rush. 

The start of the school year is hell on the finances. Not only do you need to buy uniforms, stationery and books, you’ll also need to stock up on all those unforeseen expenses such as cricket pads and ballet pumps.

If you are struggling to pay school fees, don’t wait until you’re three months in arrears to apply for an exemption

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