28 July 2014

Call to drop cellphone rates gathers support

South African consumers pay among the highest cellphone call rates in the world piling an unnecessary burden on households that are already battling with the cost of spiraling food and energy prices.

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Consumer Fair welcomes National Credit Amendment Bill

Consumer Fair has welcomed the National Credit Amendment Bill as a positive move with the potential to go a long way to alleviate the suffering of over-indebted consumers.

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Consumer group and JSE-listed firm open growth fund to low income investors

A consumer group has broken new ground for lower income earners by launching a high-growth investment fund managed by a Black owned JSE-listed financial services company.

Consumer Fair, a registered non-profit organisation that lobbies for consumer rights and education, has joined hands with award-winning Vunani Private Clients, to launch an accessible growth fund.

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