Marshmallow anyone?

As the silly season rapidly approaches, stores are already filled with Christmas goodies (in October, really?). Many of us may be wondering how we’re going to survive the next two months without overspending, overeating or drowning in too much debt (or aperitifs). So how do we resist all this seemingly endless temptation? And what coping strategies can we use?

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Why is Populism on the rise?

The rise in populism in our country, reflected in the EFF-driven land expropriation without compensation and Reserve Bank nationalisation agenda, is uncharacteristic to South Africa. Populism, however, is surging globally, particularly in the Western world. Much has been written about this and we recently came across a graphic representation, which has helped us to better understand why this is happening.

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