South Africa’s National Credit Regulator puts two divisions of Shoprite under the microscope.
Efforts by various bodies to find the ‘lost’ members and beneficiaries of life assurance policies and retirement funds are beginning to bear fruit.
Half of pensioners on a private pension received less than R4 000 in their bank accounts in August, BankservAfrica says.
It’s one of the first rules in any financial adviser’s book, but some seem more interested in making the sale.
When your bank card gets cloned and money is pilfered from your account, who is liable: you or your bank?
Credit providers have been given a reprieve by the suspension of the regulations governing how you must be assessed for affordability ...
Where do you stand as an investor as the markets dip and dive? Find out in Personal Finance this Saturday.
People under administration to pay off their debts are illegaly taking on more debt, with credit providers and administrators ...
Read about what your employer should be doing to improve your financial and physical well-being.
If you are having to tighten your belt, don’t feel alone – many are in the same position.
A project by the Department of Justice aims to make things easier – and cheaper – for you if, among other matters, a creditor takes you to court.
If you don’t meet your required maintenance payments, judgments against you will appear on your credit report, making it ...
The National Consumer Commission has delegated some of its powers to what was a voluntary consumer ombud and given consumers a new port of call
Bruce Fleming, Wouter Fourie and Mark MacSymon have been named as the three finalists for the Financial Planner of the Year award for 2015
Personal Finance regrets an error in the report “Sharemax ruling tests ombud’s powers”, published on April 18, 2015.