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Why travel insurance is a must

Travel insurance is a grudge purchase and can be expensive. But if you’re going on holiday there are plenty of reasons to have it, says Isabelle Coetzee
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How to save for a gap year

Gap years can be expensive but it's not impossible to save for them, writes Angelique Ruzicka.
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International flights – The best features and benefits

Moneybags journalist Jessica Anne Wood looks at the features and benefits on international flights offered by 10 international airlines.
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Relocating to London – What you need to do

For the second time in my memory (the third time in my life) I will be relocating. Previously I changed provinces, but this time I will be changing continents as I move from South Africa to the United Kingdom, more specifically from Cape Town to London.
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Medical cover when travelling

There are several options available for travel insurance or medical when travelling abroad. Many banks offer travel insurance if you purchase your air ticket with your credit card. However, if you are the member of a medical aid, they may have an international travel benefit that you can take advantage of.
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With everyone capitalising on the extra holiday after Christmas, it’s the ideal time for family outings. But what if you were hoping for calm, ocean waves and the occasional singing bird? Where should you go if you want to avoid the “outdoors-city”? Moneybags journalist, Isabelle Coetzee, suggests the following do’s and don’ts for boxing day madness.

The festive season is upon us, with Christmas a few days away chances are your plans are set, but do you know what you’re doing for New Year’s Eve yet? If not, here are a few special suggestions to hail in 2018 in style in some of the major cities; Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban.

For as long as women have been having babies, they have been having cravings. From ice cream to chalk and cheese. Many a pregnancy story has begun with a pregnant woman with a feverish craving and her nervous husband anxiously seeking the latest object of her desire – such as a bottle of pickles in the middle of the night.

The average cost of a wedding these days can rack up anywhere between R200 000 and R400 000. This is more than some students’ tuition fees for the entire four-year span – just for one day!

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Download the Spree app and get a discount on your first in-app purchase

Dealing with noisy neighbours can be infuriating. This week Moneybags journalist, Isabelle Coetzee, had a look at the health and legal implications thereof.

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.