So I used UberEats for the first time last week Sunday. I ordered a pizza and ended up paying only R15 because of the R100 voucher I used! It was delivered in 37 minutes. What a treat! Follow the tutorial below to get R100 off your first meal too. 20 easy steps and your favourite meal… Read more »
Learn about Cryptocurrencies, Coding, Building Websites, Forex and more!
Learn how to mine or buy Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin or Learn how to Trade the $5.3 Trillion dollar Forex Market or Learn how to build a website like this one!
Activating the credit card ability of your Capitec Global One Card is easy as 1-2-3! Once you have your Global One Card follow these steps: Visit a Capitec Bank branch near you, Ask for the Credit Card ability of your card (Capitec Mastercard SecureCode).
My wife and I both work full time jobs. I am actually the luckier one as I only have to work 5 days a week where my wife works 6 days a week being an assistant regional manager. With so little time for ourselves, you don’t want to spend it cleaning your house. Everyone needs… Read more »
After a long time and many requests I finally present how to link PayPal to FNB to withdraw your money. Originally I wanted to show you another way to do this through Payoneer, but Payoneer no longer allows you to withdraw money from PayPal. This will be an easy tutorial, but setting up an online… Read more »
What you need to register on SARS eFiling: Your tax registration number/s, Your ID number, and your personal details. Registering on SARS e Filing has many pros: You get to check your submissions before submitting to make sure everything is correct. You don’t have to visit one of the SARS regional centres which is always… Read more »
Update: 12th March 2016 As of this date the FNB Will Application is no longer available. I have spoken with FNB and they have told me that they are creating a better Will Application which will be launched sometime next year. In the mean time you visit the FNB Estate Planning page and give them a… Read more »
Ever since I was a little boy my parents would take my sister and I to the library. We loved books and still do, but we always had to pay fines because we didn’t have a reliable system to keep track of when our library books were due. This has changed for the better, because… Read more »
Renewing your car license is such a time sucking chore; however it must be done. Luckily for us, the City of Cape Town has made it easy to renew your car license online! No more long queues and using your leave days to renew your car license! Yay! 🙂
Transferring money in and out of South Africa has never been easier. Whether you are South African, Zimbabwean, Namibian or all the way from America, there is a service you can use. Although I have tried to make this a comprehensive list it is by no means complete as there are new services springing up… Read more »
How to write your very own “How to” post, whether it be for your own blog or for others, whether esoteric or concrete in subject, is a big step in any writer/blogger’s career. This is a particular type of post which aims to teach the reader something new.
Here are 10 internet innovations that have also made our lives a little easier. I can’t imagine what my life would be like without number one. Is there an internet service or platform you couldn’t live without? Share it with us in the comments.
If you are like me and you like shopping online then you know how time consuming it is filling in your card details every time you purchase things, especially from overseas. Paypal makes it easy to shop internationally by storing your card details and just asking you for your PayPal credentials before making your purchase. You will… Read more »
Ever wanted to buy something online, but they only accepted a credit card or worse… it was an international site and they only accepted PayPal?
South Africa has some of the highest internet fees in the world so we are constantly looking for ways to reduce costs. The best way to do this is to look for free bandwidth! Here are a 4 companies that wants you to get free internet in South Africa. Updated: 16 April 2016
MyTransUnion is a credit bureau which collects information from credit providers (MTN or service providers, Game or retail stores, FNB or banks, etc.) about credit active consumers (anyone who has a credit card, a loan, hire purchase contracts, etc.) on a monthly basis.
Many South Africans don’t know what Google is and even more don’t know how to use Google effectively to their benefit. I answer many emails each day from people who ask me questions that can be found in a few seconds if they just took the time to ‘Google’ it. I love googling these things… Read more »
I opened my first Gmail account in 2008 and have opened countless others ever since for myself, friends, family, my job and even total strangers! Believe it! Gmail is the best free email service in my opinion and I recommend South Africans to use it. There are countless perks, but these are the ones I… Read more »