We’re just two months into 2015 and the number of South Africans applying for debt relief is already soaring. Sipho Masondo examines what’s keeping the middle class under debt’s dirty thumb.
The second part of Al Jazeera’s “Decoded” continues to look at the aftermath of the leaked documents from intelligence agencies around the world, including South Africa.
The network has already published previously top secret information that involves South Africa.
The cables expose operational secrets from across the world, dating from 2006 till December last year.
The women in Africa suffer in many cases from … the fear and stigma associated with cancer.
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- Muthambi’s R1.6m New Age ads were ‘irregular’: http://t.co/rPQHecvztH 4 hours ago
- The number of South Africans applying for debt review has shot up nearly 30% a month since December 2014: http://t.co/aGtvSyg07T 5 hours ago
- How cement cartel was set in stone: http://t.co/hUMGgudDPV 5 hours ago
- Govt is planning to introduce social assistance to unemployed South Africans between the ages of 19 and 59: http://t.co/L7SXnAag0a 6 hours ago
- We’ve got to trade ourselves into wealth, writes @shakasisulu: http://t.co/KgKjWFUtt4 7 hours ago
So, let’s talk about Fifty Shades of Grey. Last weekend the movie raked in more than R2.7 billion; for those numerically disinclined (like me) that’s roughly two metric f**k-tons or many, many Nkandlas.
Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe’s recent call for Africa to dissociate itself from the International Criminal Court will only deny the African people the justice they deserve.
This week we report that banks repossessed almost 5 000 cars from the country’s middle class in the Western Cape and Gauteng provinces.