3 Reasons why Renishaw Hills’ RTO model makes financial sense for retirees

3 Reasons why Renishaw Hills’ RTO model makes financial sense for retirees: Finances continue to dominate concerns in retirement age as inflation, escalating healthcare costs and longer life expectancies place a severe drain on pension funds. According to a recent Moneyweb article quoting the 2017 report by Sanlam Glacier, for a 65-year-old couple today, there is a 50 percent chance that one will live to the age of 94, and a 25% chance that one could live to the age of 100. In order to maintain a quality standard of living while remaining … [Read more...]

KwaZulu-Natal MEC launches investigation after 5-year-old burns hand at school

Durban in the News: KwaZulu-Natal MEC launches investigation after 5-year-old burns hand at school: KwaZulu-Natal Education MEC Kwazi Mshengu has launched an investigation after a pupil's hand was burnt in a fire at Andrew Zondo Primary School in Illovo. WATCH | Police disperse protesting Durban Unisa students with rubber bullets, tear gas: Police have used rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse protesting University of South Africa students on the Durban campus. Application to have charges dropped in Miguel Louw murder case denied: … [Read more...]

Trends in SA’s residential property market – Vision 2020

Trends in SA’s residential property market – Vision 2020: I0hannesburg, 24 January 2020 – On the back of a year of very slow economic growth, and with the threat in a Moody’s downgrade early this year, the outlook for South Africa’s residential property market looks flat and very slow. 2020 will start off with a property market which is oversupplied in most areas. Price growth is expected to remain flat and sellers will have to keep their asking prices market-related or risk not selling. Households are under immense financial pressure and … [Read more...]

Discriminatory apartheid-era black marriage law reversed in High Court

Durban in the News: Discriminatory apartheid-era black marriage law reversed in High Court: A historic judgment, condemning a discriminatory civil marriage law passed in the 1980s that potentially marginalised 400 000 black women, has been handed down in the KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Durban. Bathabile Dlamini calls for 'chemical castration' of rapists: ANC Women's League president Bathabile Dlamini says "there must be chemical castration for those found guilty of rape". Click HERE to submit your Durban and … [Read more...]