Consumers take negative budgets into 2021

We are all very much aware of the devastation and poverty, the aftermath of the Covid – 19 pandemic, and the ongoing lockdown caused the country as a whole. Statistically, hundreds of thousands of people lost their jobs and homes, other’s salaries were reduced to avoid further more cuts and...

Payment breaks are coming to an end for millions of South African consumers with demands for debt payments

The reality of the COVID-19 crises has hit home for all of us, three months down the road of restrictions and senseless laws in our views, thousands of jobs losses and companies closing down, left a broken economy that brought South Africa to its knees. The horrific published statistics of...

Debt Centre se finansiële sakrekenaar toepassing gee sukkelende verbruikers weer hoop

Die afgelope drie maande was ons lewens as verbruikers, werkers, broodwinners en ons skoolgaande en tersiêre studente oornag versteur deur die onbekende en gevreesde Corona - virus pandemie. Die “lockdown” is so ‘n drastiese aanpassing, dat ons gesukkel het om gewoond te raak aan die idee om heeltyd binneshuis te...

COVID 19 and Debt protection insurance

This week we at Debt Centre want to share valuable information with our readers and other multi-social media platform members regarding Debt Protection Insurance. The new COVID19 Lockdown Law and regulations enforced the whole nation to stay at home for 21 days and then further extended and now in level...

Embracing COVID19 economic changes vs personal finances

Our South African society is facing one of the biggest economic challenges during the COVID19 lockdown as thousands have, and will loose their jobs. No matter who you are, you will be affected by the pandemic in one way or another, and to find a way forward to survive is...

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