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Pick of the week

Woolworths' "Eat in for under R150" special

What's Woolworths' deal?

Feed your family of four with Woolworths' "Eat in for under R150" special. Visit the Woolworths' website to view your main, side portion and dessert options.
Moneybags journalist Jessica Anne Wood looks at how you can travel for free (or at least for a reduced cost) both locally and abroad.

Feed your family of four with Woolworths' "Eat in for under R150" special. Visit the Woolworths' website for more information.

Every morning at Panarottis, you can enjoy a choice of grilled supremo breakfast, Mexican breakfast or traditional breakfast-on-Pizza for R29.90.

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.

According to the South African Constitution, everyone has a right to a basic education. However, with the cost of living continuing to rise, and many families struggling to meet even the simplest daily needs, such as putting food on the table, not everyone can afford to pay school fees. Moneybags journalist Jessica Anne Wood looks at when you qualify for free government schooling.

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.

Looking after your car is essential for not only your safety, but for your wallet too. Moneybags journalist, Ashleigh Brown, looks at what you need to do in order to keep your car in tip top working order.

We share ways in which you can tour the wine route on a budget.