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Get 20% off new dishes at Simply Asia

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Get 20% off when you order any one of Simply Asia's 11 new dishes between Monday and Wednesday. This special is valid until 31 August 2017. *T&C's Apply.    ...

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Make money off your spare space with Wahi

Jessica Anne Wood looks at Wahi, a peer-to-peer marketplace where people can rent out both commercial and residential space. Do you have a spare space that is just sitting there? In the current tough economy, many...

Buy a dozen donuts for R135 and get four 8oz Original Blend Coffees free; or get half a dozen for R75 with two 8oz coffees free.

We take a look at the process involved with opening a standard bank account the big banks.

Apart from the traditional cheese and chocolate and wine pairings available, we take a look at the unusual pairings available.

Many taxpayers have complained that SARS has not given them back their refunds. As a result the Tax Ombud, which was created back in 2014, is getting involved to sort the mess out, finds Angelique Ruzicka.

For only R280, you and your partner can sink your teeth into sirloin steak, salad and glass of Wolftrap red. This special is valid on Tuesdays.

Receiving cold calls (more formally known as direct marketing) is a pet peeve for many people. Pushy and sometimes rude call centre staff who just won’t take ‘No’ for an answer. Moneybags journalist Jessica Anne Wood finds out how you can protect yourself from those pesky cold calls and texts.

There is nothing worse than flying off to your dream holiday and unexpectedly finding yourself in a compromising situation i.e. losing your luggage at the airport or landing up in hospital due to an accident. This is why it’s important to take precautionary measures such as travel insurance.

Our constitution recognises that both women and men have the right to know about contraception and to have access to safe, effective, affordable and acceptable methods of birth control of their choice. The right to this service should be safe guarded. Moneybags writer Alina Hardcastle finds out about the types of contraceptive methods offered by the public sector and whether or not they are up to scratch with the private sector.