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Compliments to SA confidence

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Deck the Halls!

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Festive spending continues to boom amid tough economic climate

South Africans are spending more on festive goods such as food and beverages rather than more expensive goods. The proof is in the pudding

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'Sometimes I think South African retail websites don’t actually want to sell anything'

‘Tis the season: It’s festive, It’s fokol but depression is real

"Substance abuse is higher, depression is wider, exhaustion is deeper. We’ve tapped out, we’re tuned out, we’ve emotionally flat-lined."

When pudding is no trifling matter

"And for as long as Koo does not change its canned peaches recipe and raspberry jelly is still pink, the family trifle pudding will stay the same".

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Debt management amid Covid-19 and beyond

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