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Cheaper winter activities

Fun activities are not only reserved for the summer months. Moneybags journalist Jessica Anne Wood looks at some cheap winter activities that you can take advantage of.
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The best food deals for winter

Moneybags looks at some of the delicious winter restaurant specials you can advantage of this season without having to break the bank.
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Kids gets to be chefs at the Good Food & Wine Show 2017

While the Good Food & Wine Show has some award winning chefs cooking up a storm, your children can also get a taste for what it’s like to be a chef, finds Angelique Ruzicka.
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Las Iguanas launches in South Africa

Angelique Ruzicka finds out more about a new fast food outlet due to launch in South Africa this year. But will Mexican and South American dishes be a hit with locals?
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Spur ditches famous 2 for 1 burger special

Spur is set to end its infamous 2 for 1 burger special and some other regular discounts too, but it promises to introduce further specials, finds Angelique Ruzicka.
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Start your own garden – Slab of Seed

Moneybags journalist Jessica Anne Wood tried the ‘Slab of Seed’ from Sow Delicious, which offers easy step-by-step instructions of how to grow the various vegetables and herbs they offer.
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5 Budget friendly ways to experience the wine route

We share ways in which you can tour the wine route on a budget.
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10 unusual wine pairings in Cape Town

Apart from the traditional cheese and chocolate and wine pairings available, we take a look at the unusual pairings available.
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4 Ways to save on DStv

Subscribing to digital satellite offerings like DStv can be expensive, depending on the package you choose. But there are ways to make some savings and still keep your subscription going, says Angelique Ruzicka.
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Moneybags' 2017 savings tips

Are you looking for a few simple ways to save money? Moneybags provides a 2017 savings tip guide.
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Angelique Ruzicka interviews Sam Hopwood, managing director of Sable International Australia to find out the cost and other requirements involved in moving to the land down under.

There tends to be a misconception that if you’re a celebrity with tons of money, you tend to spend your earnings recklessly. While there are countless of examples of celebrities who have spent outrageously, some have exercised caution and frugality when dealing with money. Alina Hardcastle chats to South African celebrities about how to save and spend your finances wisely.

For some, the rationale is that if you get introduced to alcohol slowly it becomes less of a novelty and children will then not feel pressured to overdo it later on. But times have changed and there’s now arguments against early exposure.

Bukhara is running a lunch special at their branch in Church Street. The deal is available between 11:00 and 15:00. T&C's apply.

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.

A look into the world of sex addiction and it's treatments.

Looking for a fun and economically way to celebrate your birthday? visit the Newlands Brewery and get a free beer experience tour.

Dig into Pizza Hut's meal deal. For 49.90, enjoy any small pizza, chips and a soft drink. T&C'S apply. For more information visit their site.