‘Get-rich-quick’ schemes are not only rife, they’re dangerous.
Seeing we’re in for tough times, changing your buying behaviour counts more than ever
There will be more petrol price pain for motorists from Wednesday when the latest fuel price increases kick in
Shoprite chief warns retailers
Online shopping is a growing trend and a competitive form of retail, but doesn’t mean customers’ expectations are any lower , writes Georgina Crouth
South African retailers, consumers and government need to give more support to entrepreneurs by selling, buying and procuring ...
Motorists might have to brace for yet another petrol price increase soon
Illegal deductions from Social Security Agency grant beneficiaries are rife; for now, pensioners should keep a close eye ...
Yet another spike in food prices is about to hit South African consumers already buckling under the pressure of expensive ...
Renting a property shouldn’t put you and your property at risk, which is why you have every right to ask to see electrical ...
The definition of a ‘new’ car seems to be open to interpretation, which is why it is vital to take your complaint to the right source
Don’t blame the customer for problems with your own system
Debt levels are becoming a massive area of concern, which is why consumers should be more vigilant and avoid overcommitment
If retailers treat customers well, they’re more likely to come back, writes Georgina Crouth
In January 2012, the average household of four people would have paid about R270 per week for a basket of basic food items.