Announcing our training course for November 2016

Consumer Fair is offering a two day training course on preparation for and representation of parties at conciliation and arbitration hearings. The course will be facilitated by a part-time senior commissioner at the CCMA and part-time university lecturer. Dates: 10 – 11 November 2016 Venue: Johanesburg Cost per person: R2000 ...
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Open Letter to the Ministers of Health and Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

Open Letter to the Ministers of Health and Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Our organisation Consumer Fair has championed consumer rights and interests in our country for many years. We are also part of the international consumer movement that is working to combat the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in ...
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FINANCIAL PLANNING WEEK ARTICLE – What Financial Planning Means For Millennials

Millennials are becoming the biggest generation in the workplace. They are defined as young adults in their 20s and early 30s. These individuals typically dive in headfirst to get the car and the house while still carrying student loans. To their friends on social media, their lives appear stable. They ...
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Time to Just Shut it All Down

South African Airways have just lost a case against Nationwide Airlines, in which they are forced to pay damages for contraventions of the Competition Act. In her ruling Judge Caroline Nicolls ordered SAA to pay Nationwide damages of R104.62 million, and that the national carrier should pay interest on the ...
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Bill Shock

By Lyse Comins SA consumers are still paying a high price for mobile data and bill shock is exacerbating the problem to the extent that in some cases consumers are being handed over to debt collectors for accounts of thousands of rands they had no intention of ringing up. As ...
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