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The second-hand cars South Africans are buying right now and how much they are paying

Autotrader has released its car industry report for 2019, outlining the cars that South Africans are buying right now and how much they are paying for ...

South Africans may soon be required to consider mediation before heading to court

The Rules Board for Courts of Law has issued a new proposal that will require South Africans to consider mediation before heading to court. ...

A huge number of South Africans are working 50 hours weeks – but are we being productive?

South Africans have a reputation for being some of some of the hardest workers in the world - but just because we're known to put in the hours, does i ...

South Africa now has hotels rated higher than 5 stars – here’s what they look like

In April 2019, the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa officially introduced a new 5-star premium rating. ...

South Africa’s latest matric pass rate shock

Of the 78,363 progressed students who wrote their matric exams in December and June this year just 8% passed. ...

How cannabis could unlock R107 billion for South Africa’s economy

South Africa could unlock a R107 billion cannabis industry, if government passes the necessary regulations to make it happen. ...

New South African case deals with employees who are paid more for doing the same work

South Africa's courts are increasingly dealing with cases around unfair discrimination which has arisen since the introduction of the "equal pay for e ...

These 3 South Africans were hit by banking fraud – here’s what happened

The Ombudsman for Banking Service (OBS) has published a new report on fraud in South Africa showing that it received a total of 3,785 formal cases for ...

This rare 1950s Mercedes bakkie is going up for auction in South Africa

A number of ultra-rare cars will go up for auction in South Africa at the end of August. ...

The one banking job the robots can’t take

Banks are eager to find ways to bring that spending down—management, employees, and shareholders never want to spend on what are effectively internal ...