Fibre, Wifi Or LTE - Which Is Better?
The Internet doesn’t get enough credit for what it has given us. Looking back over lockdown in South Africa - many people were able to continue working because of the Internet. We stayed connected to friends and family. We watched all the movies one could fit in a day, and we could do grocery shopping from the comfort and safety of our homes.
The Lottery vs. Life Insurance – Which Should You Put Your Money On?
If your main concern is the financial future of your family and loved ones when you're no longer around, then you’ve got a couple of options to make sure they’re well taken care of.
Here we look at two very different ends of the spectrum when it comes to risk vs potential pay out: life insurance… and the lottery!
Shortfall Insurance: Is It Worth It?
Many drivers who have car insurance aren’t aware that there is an ‘extra’ insurance you should take out - Credit Shortfall Insurance. Not many South African’s know exactly what it is, what it covers, whether or not it’s worth it and who should take it out. Let’s take a look.
Benefits Of Gap Cover
Already have a medical aid policy? Perhaps it’s time to consider a ‘top-up’ with Gap Cover. Let’s take a look at why taking out Gap Cover is a smart financial move and how it helps South Africans.
Everything You Need To Know About Gap Cover
Have you ever faced unexpected medical expenses even though you’re on medical aid? Many South African’s who have medical aid often experience a shortfall in their cover and are forced to pay in extra for doctor’s visits, hospitalisation or any other medical-related events. Let’s take a look at what how Gap Cover can help you protect yourself against these unforeseen medical expenses.
How To (Safely) Sell Your Car Privately
To many, selling a car privately may seem like a daunting task. You're faced with frustrating queues and a mountain of paperwork, not to mention the possible risks involved in dealing with buyers you don't know. Here's everything you need to know, and what to keep an eye out for.
How To Look After Your Car During Lockdown
It’s crucial to keep up with your car services and maintenance, but how do we do this during the current quarantine and lockdown? Let’s take a look at how to keep your wheels healthy during this time.
Is It Too Late to Register Your Domestic Worker for UIF?
If you have a domestic worker helping you for more than 24 hours a month, you are legally obligated to register them with the UIF and make monthly contributions. Let’s take a look at what you can do if you haven’t already registered your domestic worker.
Why Are More South African’s Taking Out Insurance For Their Domestic Workers?
An increasing amount of Domestic Worker Insurance policies are being taken out by South African employers. What exactly does domestic worker insurance cover and why are households getting this type of cover?
Lockdown Guide: How To Service Your Own Car (Part Two)
Car due for a service during the lockdown? Previously, we took a look at the important When's, What's and If's of performing your own basic car service at home. Now, it's time to tackle the How!
Lockdown Guide: How To Service Your Own Car (Part One)
Car due for a service during the lockdown? Who needs a mechanic when you can do it yourself? Here’s everything you need to know about performing a DIY car service, and other maintenance, without setting anything on fire.
The Safest And Unsafest Budget Cars In South Africa
The Automobile Association's latest Entry-Level Vehicle Safety Report took a look at twenty-seven of the most affordable and popular vehicles in South Africa for 2019. Despite many recent improvements, the results are still shocking.