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Avoid insurance claims by being water wise

By Danielle van Wyk

As of last week the City of Cape Town’s dam levels are at 29,4 %. With that it is no secret that in many parts of the country, saving water is essential. Not only does it assist in continued water service delivery, but it can also reduce your water bill and ultimately help you to avoid unnecessary insurance claims.

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The most affordable cheque accounts

By Isabelle Coetzee

Even though cheque books have become outdated, cheque accounts remain popular among South African adults. Justmoney has a look at the most affordable cheque accounts that each of the ‘big five’ South African banks have to offer. 

The most affordable cheque accounts
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SA losing foothold in digital evolution

By Isabelle Coetzee

South Africa has been placed in the bottom of four categories on the Digital Evolution Index by the World Economic Forum (WEF).

SA losing foothold in digital evolution
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4 Ways women can empower themselves financially

By Angelique Ruzicka

Women can improve their financial well-being by budgeting, saying the occasional 'no', organising a will and ensuring that they are financially secure in retirement.

4 Ways women can empower themselves financially
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VIDEO: What will be the outcome of the vote of no confidence?

By Isabelle Coetzee

Justmoney attended the#FireZumaMarch today and found out what protesters expect from the vote of no confidence. 

VIDEO: What will be the outcome of the vote of no confidence?
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#FireZumaMarch takes Cape Town

By Danielle van Wyk

The streets of Cape Town city centre were alight with protest earlier today as various political parties marched in the lead up to the secret ballot vote, held today.

#FireZumaMarch takes Cape Town
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Financial implications of a successful vote of no confidence

By Isabelle Coetzee

Andre Cilliers, director and relationship manager at TreasuryOne, tells JustMoney what will happen following a successful vote of no confidence, as well as the financial implications thereof. 

Financial implications of a successful vote of no confidence
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Start-up Bitcoin company considered for experimental regulation

By Isabelle Coetzee

The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) may be interested in regulating cryptocurrency start-up, Centbee, on an experimental basis in coming months, said co-creator Lorien Gamaroff. 

Start-up Bitcoin company considered for experimental regulation
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1st for Women surveys financial independence in abuse survivors

By Danielle van Wyk

To usher in Women’s Month, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa launched the National Campaign against Violence towards Women and Children. While the Department of Justice estimates that one out of every four South African women are survivors of domestic violence, a recent survey from the 1st for Women Foundation stated that 90% of women who leave abusive relationships become financially independent.

1st for Women surveys financial independence in abuse survivors
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Could South Africans earning foreign income face double taxation?

By Jessica Anne Wood

The 2017 Draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (TLAB) and the 2017 Draft Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill have proposed the removal of the foreign remuneration exemption.

Could South Africans earning foreign income face double taxation?
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Can we afford the 15% increase NUMSA is calling for?

By Danielle van Wyk

The National Union of Metalworks of South Africa (NUMSA) announced that it would be demanding a 15 percent wage increase, earlier this month. This as negotiations began in the first week of this month, as a result of the current wage agreement lapsing at the end of July.

Can we afford the 15% increase NUMSA is calling for?
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