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South Africa is undoubtedly a beautiful place and is filled with hidden gems that are perfect for vacations.
Lerato Kganyago has clapped back at a user who claimed she was eating chicken feet due to splurging all of her money over the festive season.
People who visited the Eastern Cape for the festive season have found themselves stranded, unable to make their way back home to Gauteng.
Police are warning shoppers to be vigilant as the festive season approaches, especially at large, busy malls.
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Consumers are urged to spend wisely during the festive period and plan for the New Year to avoid falling into the debt trap and defaulting on monthly payments for necessities like funeral insurance.
“Planning ahead for your children’s activities can take the anxiety out of entertaining them over the festive season. Planning can also allow you to budget adequately for their activities so that you aren’t spending money that can best be used for something more important,” says Eunice Sibiya, Head of Consumer Education for FNB.
Despite the temporary relief on meat prices, consumers should not be misled. The drought conditions affecting the agricultural industry will have negative consequences on food prices in the longer term.