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    Beware when ordering from RARU...

    While I personally thought Raru was on a downward spiral, and basically using cash management to keep them selves afloat, looking at what Google has to say with their quick search is unreal...
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    Gah! Buying a house - pre approved, offer accepted, cannot afford the transfer fees.

    Whether I am capable or not, you still do not substantiate anything you say.
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    Gah! Buying a house - pre approved, offer accepted, cannot afford the transfer fees.

    Ok, you are obviously trolling and looking for a reaction. No bank will do this.
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    Gah! Buying a house - pre approved, offer accepted, cannot afford the transfer fees.

    So, what is the value of the house you were wanting to purchase when you said you need R200-R400k available for transfer fees?
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    Gah! Buying a house - pre approved, offer accepted, cannot afford the transfer fees.

    Aside from the thread necro, you are obviously talking a load of poo. Seriously.
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    How you should be saving for retirement in your 20s, 30s, and beyond in South Africa

    You've been an employee of lots of these companies then?
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    How you should be saving for retirement in your 20s, 30s, and beyond in South Africa

    It is? That's news to me. If you talking small companies, then that is likely. But with most decent sized corporations, it's very much de facto standard.
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    How you should be saving for retirement in your 20s, 30s, and beyond in South Africa

    There is whats called Reg28 which limits total exposure to equities.
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    How you should be saving for retirement in your 20s, 30s, and beyond in South Africa

    Good for you. How many others do you know of who have been able to do the same?
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    What game are you playing now? (Part 2)

    I'm still playing Ghost of Tsushima. I feel for those who do not have access to this most amazing of games.
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    How you should be saving for retirement in your 20s, 30s, and beyond in South Africa

    Because if you work for a company here in SA, it almost always comes with a compulsory Retirement Fund option. One of the best savings vehicles we have here. If you have extra money, you can of course invest it how you wish. I take it you are not working yet?
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    Football banter thread

    @KOPITE - we are worried about you. Do you need oxygen supplies where you are underground?
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    What coffee machine? R10k budget

    Where do you stay? I would love to get a collection of coffee-connoisseurs together and do a taste test for them :)
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    How you should be saving for retirement in your 20s, 30s, and beyond in South Africa

    This is not an option for almost all salaried folk in SA. Why would you even suggest this?
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    How you should be saving for retirement in your 20s, 30s, and beyond in South Africa

    You seem to be doing a weird mish-mash of things. Ignoring most of the above, normally, if you work for a company in SA, they require you to belong to some sort of Retirement Fund. The companies do not run this fund.
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    Hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped in yet another school attack

    Maybe if the town/school changed it's name things would have been ok?
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    It is official, Port Elizabeth has a new name — Gqeberha

    I dunno. If t changes, it should be to "e'gravy"
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    It is official, Port Elizabeth has a new name — Gqeberha

    Yep. But the most infamous was this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soweto_uprising
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    It is official, Port Elizabeth has a new name — Gqeberha

    Why so hysterical? I made a logical observation as to what you used to make a statement. It seems you couldn't answer logically. And now you are just attempting to make me respond in kind as to your personal attack. Keep On Topic, please.
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    It is official, Port Elizabeth has a new name — Gqeberha

    Let's get real here - you taking @rietrot 's post as indicative of many, let alone an "uproar", is either wilfully misleading, or completely hopefull.
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