Inflation rates continue to rise in South Africa, making this the fourth time this year the CPI increased.
Many South Africans are struggling to put food on the table – literally. Here’s how you can save money on your monthly grocery shopping…
Life in SA is getting more expensive due to high fuel prices and inflation. In July 2022, the cooking oil price increased by nearly R2 from June 2022.
According to the Zimbabwean Finance Minister, Mthuli Ncube Inflation in Zimbabwe accelerated to 192% in June,
At its highest level, South Africa inflation surged to 13-year high in June with the annual consumer price inflation of 7.4%
Inflation is the rising prices of goods and services in an economy and there are three types which are Demand-pull, Cost-push, and Built-in inflation.
Rising food prices have been a concern world wide. South Africa has concerns about people failing to afford basic foodstuffs.
Snoop Dogg has revealed that he has increased his blunt roller’s salary due to inflation. The individual earns between R634 000 and R793 000.
Could Mzansi soon have a R500 note and a R10 coin? The South African Reserve Bank discusses this option following a new study.
Many South Africans will have to work more than a full hour to afford just one litre of petrol following fuel hikes on Wednesday 1 June…
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SARB governor Lestja Kganyago announced that the repo rate would be increased by 50 basis points from Friday, 20 May.
Expect to pay up to R120 for a mere two litres of cooking oil, following an imminent price increase due to a shortage of oilseed products.
Eating in season can save you money, giving you access to fresh, healthy foods, whilst contributing to the local community and economy.
Nostradamus aka the ‘prophet of doom’ has predicted an eventful 2022 and Elon Musk might be right on track with his Tesla bot, Optimus…
Red Riding Hood would have to cough up a lot more to feed her grandmother in the Tokai Forest as SA food prices are on the rise again…
The UK annual rate jumped to 4.2%, hitting the highest level since November 2011, the Office for National Statistics said in a statement
Another round of high inflation numbers has sparked concerns over the persistence in the recent upward price pressure.
ASEAN continues to face a COVID-19 nightmare which is now a real danger to growth forecasts,” said OANDA’s Halley.
The overall take-home pay in South Africa increased for the first time since May 2020 but all is not as it seems.
Are South African new vehicles overpriced? Latest pricing data shows SA new cars priced well above inflation.
Trying to ascertain the effects of this current recession is like peering through a thick fog…