Maya and Mapalo discuss what fine print to check on your car insurance, but before that, they look at the dos and don’ts of starting an emergency fund.
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The main reason we take out car insurance is so that we are covered in case of an accident. But do you know exactly what you are covered for?
New short-term insurer Naked challenges the insurance status quo.
There are two major purchases you will make in your lifetime for which entering into debt can be justified: one is the purchase of property and the other is the purchase of a car. If you buy a car through bank finance, you will find that taking...
There’s a new car insurance product available which could offer a good solution for those who think they can’t afford to insure their vehicles. Soaring petrol and maintenance costs may drive you to reconsider taking out comprehensive car...
With the price of petrol having reached record levels recently, carpooling is something you could consider as a means to cut your travel costs. However, if you do decide to carpool, you need to inform your insurer or broker immediately and find...
The annual report released by The Ombudsman for Short-Term Insurance (OSTI) shows that complaints around motor vehicle insurance are the most common.
Many consumers do not know they have credit life insurance which settles your loan should you die, become disabled or get retrenched.
There are three main factors that cause medical scheme cover to be so much more expensive than health insurance.
An unavoidable expense when planning a holiday, particularly if you're going overseas, is travel insurance.
Using a credit card makes a lot of sense, as long as you have the self discipline to manage it properly.
It’s the time of year for festive-season parties and holiday travel and, along with them, headlines and awareness campaigns about carnage on South Africa’s roads.
When you take out a mortgage, you will have to take out life insurance so that if something happens to you, your mortgage repayments are taken care of.
The Competition Commission has long frowned on the monopolistic motor service and parts industry. But with their new set of proposals that’s all set to change.