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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.

With a day away from some of the biggest annual sales in the South African retail landscape, ‘Black Friday’ is the buzz words on every shopper’s lips. But it's not just the rowdy shoppers you need to protect yourself against but cybercriminals who are lurking online and making concentrated attempts to target discount-hungry shoppers.

Angelique Ruzicka looks at the likelihood of falling into financial difficulty from being unable to work as a result of a disability and asks what people can do to ensure they are adequately covered in the event of sudden illness or depression.

Christmas is a festive season filled with family and friends, and lots of presents. But, this tradition can also leave your pockets a little empty. Trying out some new traditions can help you save money and still have as much fun over the festive season. We look at 25 ways in which you can save money this Christmas.

Living abroad remains popular among South Africans, and some are even willing to renounce their citizenship. Isabelle Coetzee finds out how South Africans can become a resident beside the Land Down Under – New Zealand.

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There’s been a steady evolution in the way we interact with medical practitioners thanks to technology. Now the biggest South African medical scheme, Discovery Health, is improving its tech to allow us to consult with our medical specialists remotely and more easily, finds Angelique Ruzicka