If you apply for credit in South Africa you are entitled to certain basic rights. Angelique Ruzicka consults the National Debt Mediation Association (NDMA) the National Credit Regulator (NCR) to find out exactly what those rights are. On 15 March we celebrate World Consumer Rights Day with the theme “Consumer Justice Now”. There are many […]
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