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  • 10 Destinations To Visit When All This Is Over

    10 Destinations to visit when all this is over Lockdown levels are lifting worldwide – some more than others – and the desire to break away from being stuck at home is reaching an all time high in levels of frustration and lost hope. Let’s face it: there has been an enormous sense of being caged and trapped, not being

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  • Old Saffa Songs That Speak To Us In 2020

    Old saffa songs that speak to us in 2020 As the global situation continues affecting the world economy and the emotional well-being of people around the globe, it may be a good idea to reflect on old South African songs that we can resonate with in current times. Why not? The local and international music industries have been brought to

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  • Weirdest Inventions Of 2020

    Weirdest inventions we’ve seen this year We’re all quite tired of the pandemic and the way it’s affecting us across the world. As soon as one lockdown ends, another is instituted and some regions are seeing new flare-ups. The moment we think we’re done with this wretched virus we find red tape and brick walls to economic and physical movement.

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  • The ANC’s Great Pension Heist

    The ANC’s great pension heist During his supplementary budget speech in June 2020, finance minister Tito Mboweni stated that amendments to Regulation 28 of the Pension Funds Act will make it possible for these pension funds to invest in infrastructure and immovable property. The aim of this amendment would be to boost economic growth given the enormous impact of Covid-19

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  • Mboweni’s 180 Plans For 2020

    The Big Budget 180 & Implications For Saffa Purses Earlier this year, South Africans were pleasantly surprised when minister of finance Tito Mboweni revealed a budget the likes of which we’d never seen before. Not only was there an 5,2% average downward adjustment of personal income tax, but the government planned to achieve a R261-billion debt reduction, overhaul SOEs, open

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