Feedback from DebtSafe’s “South Africans’ Financial Reality During Lockdown” Survey Reveals Financial Concerns & Various Views

South Africans have recently shifted from a Level 4 ‘national lockdown stage’ to a level 3. And, although this level-shift can be a slight relief for some, many consumers are still trying to deal with the financial implications and emotional scars of the COVID-19 pandemic and national lockdown period as a whole. Recent feedback from

Repo Rate 101: What It Means for the Consumer Facing Abnormal Circumstances

COVID-19 has brought unexpected changes for the country, the economy, businesses and the South African consumer. Due to these abnormal circumstances, the Repurchase Rate (mostly known as the Repo Rate) has brought sudden positives to a few consumers. Especially, current homeowners.  Since the beginning of the year, the South African Reserve Bank has cut its

Coronavirus/Covid-19 Pandemic and Panic: How the Debt Review Process Fits in & Can Help You, the Consumer

Various countries, individuals, consumers and lately, perhaps, you and other South Africans have surely felt the wind being knocked out of your sails. The Covid-19/Coronavirus has sent shockwaves throughout the world and has now sent us in South Africa into lockdown for 21 days – how are you planning to handle this unprecedented emergency protocol?

SPEND Now to SAVE Later

The 31st of October is World Savings aka World Thrift Day. This year (2018) the focus of the #WorldSavingsDay2018 initiative is to celebrate YOU and the DREAMS you are saving for (#WhatDoYouWishFor).  The DebtSafe team, therefore, wants to highlight the importance of pursuing your dreams through your savings. Plus, various savings are not only beneficial