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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.
Court judgment reignites 14-year battle between gov spokesperson, Wesbank
Court judgment reignites 14-year battle between gov spokesperson, Wesbank
An Eastern Cape high court judgment has reignited a 14 year-old battle between a government spokesperson, a vehicle dealership and Wesbank.
Study reveals the actual cost of your car
Study reveals the actual cost of your car
Vehicle financier Wesbank has released its international mobility study, which compares the operating costs of a typical passenger vehicle in...
Getting wise to the dangers of balloon payments
Getting wise to the dangers of balloon payments
Last year, Smart Money advised readers...
How to reduce your monthly car expenses
How to reduce your monthly car expenses
South African consumers may be buying cars with alacrity, but the cost of running a car isn't insignificant. With this in mind, Chris de Kock,...
New vehicle sales robust, buyers opting for fixed rates
New vehicle sales robust, buyers opting for fixed rates
Car sales are often viewed as a good barometer for the economy as a whole -- and if we look at the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers...
High court rules against debt review termination
High court rules against debt review termination
The Western Cape High Court has ruled that consumers should be protected against legal enforcement by credit providers while proceedings for a...
No drive for new cars, says WesBank
No drive for new cars, says WesBank
High levels of indebtedness and continued global volatility have stifled consumers' appetites for buying big ticket items such as cars, asset...
Confidence in vehicle sales market falls
Confidence in vehicle sales market falls
Confidence in the vehicle sales market has fallen further, Wesbank said on Wednesday.
Car repossessions up by 75%
Car repossessions up by 75%
With economists predicting that South Africa will be in a full-swing recession by the first quarter of next year, the South African motor industry...
Consumers feeling the pinch
Consumers feeling the pinch
The asset finance industry is experiencing rising levels of arrears and bad debt as consumers begin to feel the pinch.
Footprints worth following
Footprints worth following
Winner -- Companies and organisations with the most improved environmental practice: Wesbank

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