You can be someone who saves diligently, yet you may never manage to accumulate wealth.
A Member of Parliament says the National Credit Regulator needs to investigate the credit agreements in African Bank’s bad book for reckless lending.
Reckless lending continues unabated - so much so that the National Consumer Tribunal has received double the number of complaints.
A group of Transnet pensioners scored a significant victory when the North Gauteng High Court dismissed the bulk of Transnet’s ...
Robo-advisers are making their presence felt.
We unpack the findings of the latest Sanlam Benchmark Survey of retirement funds and their members.
The Mineworkers Provident Fund is rapped on the knuckles by the Pension Funds Adjudicator for leaving a death benefit unpaid for seven years.
A "large and experienced" player in the pension industry should have known better than to have enforced a defective court order.
Consumers who have been granted credit recklessly are getting relief from the Ombudsman for Banking Services and the Credit Ombud.
The Minister of Finance says there is no reason for him yet to intervene in the FSB case involving the closure of dormant pension funds.
Case studies in the Annual Report of the Ombudsman for Banking Services show him siding with the bank in some cases, and with the consumer in others.
The Credit Ombud assisted more than 70 percent of consumers who complained to his office last year, the 2015 annual report ...
Government ministers are not in the habit of asking you to be a friend on a social media account. Fake accounts are intended to “deceive and confuse”
Keep up with the latest retirement-funding products on the market and read about how microlenders are opposing an imminent ...
Who will be held personally liable for the bad credit practices of African Bank, among others? Members of Parliament want ...