Put your financial savviness to the test
The JustMoney team celebrates women and their financial savviness. See how you would fare in certain financial situations, give this video a watch.
Savvy saving tips for Savings Month
The JustMoney team discusses the importance and benefits of saving. Watch the video for tips on how to save money.
This Youth Month we speak to young people about money management and the challenges they face regarding their finances.
Financial tips our mothers gave us
The JustMoney team shares a few financial nuggets we’ve learnt from our moms while growing up, as we celebrate them and their influence.
Savvy Shopping Showdown
It’s been a year since Covid hit, and we decided to compare the prices of basic grocery items across three of the bigger supermarkets. Find out which is cheaper and whether it pays to shop around.
Honey, let’s chat money
Financial compatibility is important when choosing a partner. According to statistics, the majority of divorces are as a result of financial disagreements. At JustMoney we believe in laying a solid financial foundation. This process starts with asking the right questions. This month, a few couples took to answering some of them.
31 Top tips to financially survive the silly season
Financially surviving the silly season isn’t always the easiest task, but this year we have you covered. With 31 tips that stretch from budgeting to becoming debt-free, we are here to help ensure that you stay on track.
Kids say the darndest things – about money.
It is important to teach your kids about money – how to save it, and how to spend it wisely. JustMoney spoke to some of our kids to understand their idea of what money and saving is. You won’t believe what some of them had to say!
What scares you about your finances?
Finances can be anxiety-inducing. If money matters keep you up at night or make your brow sweat, know that you are not aloney. JustMoney spoke to some of our readers about their financial fears.
Why you need a will and other related questions - answered
JustMoney spoke to an insurance expert to help you answer some of the burning questions you might have regarding wills. Find out if yours were answered.
What are credit downgrades?
Elize Botha, managing director of Old Mutual Unit Trusts, explains what credit downgrades are. This, in light of Moody's affirmation of South Africa's credit rating. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/2JzTtIk
Why is the budget speech important?
Every year in February, after the State of the Nation Address, the finance minister presents the budget speech. Steven Nathan, CEO of 10X Investments, explains why the budget speech is important to all South Africans.
What Will Be the Outcome of the Vote of No Confidence?
JustMoney finds out what protesters expect from the vote of no confidence during the Zuma Must Fall march.
The Financial Implications of Successful Vote of No Confidence
Andre Cilliers, director and relationship manager at TreasuryOne, discusses what will happen following a successful vote of no confidence, as well as the financial implications thereof.
How to Start Investing - a Guide for Millennials
Unlike previous generations, millennials are disinterested in the stock market. We chat to Mark MacSymon about this, and he gives us some tips on how to start investing.
A friendly reminder that tax season is open. With the assistance of South African Revenue Service (SARS), Justmoney has listed tips and information to help make your submission process easier.
The Justmoney team took to asking a few protestors to describe their experience of today’s protest in just one word. Here’s what they had to say…..
Will you support #NationalShutDown?
Following on last week’s cabinet reshuffle and the protest that launched against Zuma, communication has been doing the rounds on a rumoured South African #NationalShutDown on Friday 7 April.
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