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The middle class cash bomb debt-onates

@City_Press 1 March 2015 20:00

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.

  • Spy wars: SA intelligence agents accuse Israel of ‘fuelling insurrection’, selling arms and ‘appropriating’ African resources. Click on the pic for more. Picture: Avi Ohayon / GPC Getty Images

  • Big screen debut: Mi Casa are known for their smooth jams and doing the jika, but they’re now expanding their repertoire with a new movie about their journey. Click on the pic for the full story.

  • Mining glitch: Radical overhaul of SA’s mining law is in limbo as controversial amended bill heads for review by national council of provinces. Click on the pic for the full story.

  • Shady deals: Cartels take the food out of people’s mouths and contribute to inequality, says former deputy commissioner of the Competition Commission Trudi Makhaya. Click on the pic for the full story.




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