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Uber drivers lament 'exploitative' WesBank deal
Uber drivers lament 'exploitative' WesBank deal
A multimillion-rand programme designed to help Uber drivers buy their own cars has been deemed exploitative and disempowering.
Consumers’ credit health shows signs of recovery
Consumers’ credit health shows signs of recovery
Times may appear tough, with troublesome politics and lacklustre economic growth but most consumers, judging by the extent to which they defaulted...
Getting wise to the dangers of balloon payments
Getting wise to the dangers of balloon payments
Last year, Smart Money advised readers...
Vehicle sales up, prices should remain stable
Vehicle sales up, prices should remain stable
Is the end of the recession in sight? If vehicle sales are anything to go by, the answer is yes.
The real cost of a balloon payment
The real cost of a balloon payment
Ntswaki asks: I am 25 and planning on buying my first brand new car (a Mini Cooper to be specific). I am really excited about it,...
How the interest rate cut will affect you
How the interest rate cut will affect you
As anticipated, Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus cut the interest rate by 50 basis points on Thursday, bringing the prime rate down from 10% to...
How a R200 000 car could cost you R400 000
How a R200 000 car could cost you R400 000
Makgaba asks: As a recent graduate should I buy an expensive R200 000 car that I like or settle for a cheaper car for R120 000?
Stick to the brands you know
Stick to the brands you know
A Honda dealer told me recently that it has not experienced an increase in bank rejections for finance applications and moreover its second-hand...
How to afford your car
How to afford your car
Talk to your bank before you find yourself in a situation where you are defaulting. Absa has opened a Debt Repair Line to help customers become...

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