50 % off with Checkers this Black Friday

Get ready for up to 50% off this #CheckersBlackFriday! You can look forward to great savings in-store on 24 November 2017.




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Other Deals

Xpresso Café's R10 everything special

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Lucky Fish's calamari special

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The Eatery's Steak special

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KFC's lunchbox special

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JC Brasserie's birthday special

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With a day away from some of the biggest annual sales in the South African retail landscape, ‘Black Friday’ is the buzz words on every shopper’s lips. But it's not just the rowdy shoppers you need to protect yourself against but cybercriminals who are lurking online and making concentrated attempts to target discount-hungry shoppers.

A good education is an investment in your future, but it hardly comes cheap. Unless you are the recipient of a bursary or are benefitting from parents who diligently saved, you may be considering a student loan. Moneybags looks at what you should note when applying for a student loan this year.

Swing by one of the best fisheries in Cape Town and enjoy a portion of fresh calamari, a medium chips and ab 500ml coke for R69.90.

If building your own burger in all it's saucy juicy glory is your thing then head down to the build a burger capital, Rocco Mamas and enjoy their 3 limited edition burgers and pay between R75 - R85. Think 2x 100g beef smash, rocco mayo, bacon etc.

Breastfeeding is both beautiful and natural -  or so they say. However, it could also mean rock-hard painful breasts, leaking through breast pads and spraying milk as you’re trying to get your baby to latch. Especially if you’re one of those women who have a surplus of breast milk.

What if you’d like to get fit without the extra admin? Isabelle Coetzee has a look at three home fitness personalities who offer cardio programs you can try at home.

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These days, the word ‘surrogacy’ often tends to be attached to the name of someone famous like Kim Kardashian, Nicole Kidman or even Elton John. In addition to the process being glamourised we often hear that these surrogates are also being paid big money. But is this an accurate depiction of surrogacy?