Getting caught in a web of scams

While the Internet is an extremely useful tool, it has also made it easier for criminals to prey on prospective tenants – with the number of fraud incidences on the increase.

Adrian Goslett, regional director and…

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To buy or to rent a flat?

Welcome to your student life in the nation’s capital.

You came here to realise your dreams, but while you wait to start attending classes and make the most of varsity life…

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10 top tips when renting

You are fresh out of high school. You have dreams, aspirations and goals you cannot wait to achieve during your time at varsity.

If you are not from Pretoria, you have probably heard of all the excitement the Jacaranda City has to offer. You are in for the ride of a lifetime!

But before all…

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‘Hidden’ costs to always remember

Living on your own in a new apartment in the Jacaranda City can be beyond exciting.

But in addition to being hard work, moving from your parents’ house into your own place can also be expensive.

It is therefore very important to have emergency savings lined…

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Get connected across the city

Goitseone Taje

Wi-fi across cities in South Africa is extremely popular and has helped to simplify many people’s lives…

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Learn the local lingo for good with Pretoria’s slang

Thato Mahlangu

The lingo
Lady D said people in Pretoria had their own unique language, which makes it easy to identify those from Pretoria from the rest.

“We do not really speak real Tswana, or Sotho for that matter. People here speak sePitori. Re bua ka bo daai man, daai vrou, daai ding (we speak about that man, that woman or that thing),” she said.

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Debt: avoid the following pitfalls

Your first pay cheque after years of study can be quite rewarding, but now is the time to start charting a stable financial future.

“Graduates who have just entered the job market will experience a drastic change in their finances,” says Eunice Sibiya, Head of Consumer Education at FNB.

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Why do I have to pay a deposit?

It is general practice for landlords to request a deposit from tenants, said RE/MAX of Southern Africa regional director and CEO Adrian Goslett. In fact, a landlord is legally entitled to do this.

The deposit amount is stipulated in the lease agreement, to which the tenant must agree and sign before they gain access to the rental property.

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