My wife and I and our two children (who are eight and nine years old respectively) would like to visit some family in Kimberley by public transport from 2 October till the 10 October this year. We’ll be travelling from Cape Town. What would be the cheapest and most comfortable for the children as our budget is limited? We want to give them a travelling experience. Should we fly, travel by train or by bus?
Data costs are very high in South Africa, yet using data is essential when it comes to our everyday smartphone experience. But there are things you can do to ensure you don’t pay as much, finds Angelique Ruzicka
One of the diets that has endured, and continues to be punted by celebrities, is juicing. But there are arguments that with the fibre removed from the fruits and vegetables, the juices aren’t that healthy. Moneybags journalist Jessica Anne Wood looks at juicing diets and whether or not they are a healthy dieting option.
Angelique Ruzicka looks at the complexities surrounding income protection insurance and finds out whether providers cover retrenchment as part of their benefits.
South Africans cautioned against abusing latest cannabis ruling.
Beerhouse, which has branches in Cape Town, Johannesburg, and Pretoria, now offers daily food deals to accompany their wide range of beers.
Gone are the days when you had to go through a recruiter or hunt through the wanted ads of a newspaper. The current work and job environment is much easier to navigate through the use of online career portals. Moneybags journalist Jessica Anne Wood looks at where you can look for jobs online.
As we celebrate World Breastfeeding week (1 – 7 August), Angelique Ruzicka looks at your rights as a mom of a baby, when you return to the workplace.
Cash robberies in shopping malls are becoming the norm in South Africa. But what can you do to protect yourself if this happens while you are out and about. Angelique Ruzicka asks how you can protect yourself while out and about conducting your banking business.