September 10, 2007 By Tonny Mafu Johannesburg – Delays in the finalisation of fees that debt counsellors levy on their clients have left some of them in financial dire straits. In May the National Credit Regulator (NCR) said it was working with the department of trade and industry (dti) to come up with debt counselling […]
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