Cape Argus 2021-11-26

The Cape Argus newspaper is a dynamic city newspaper that now offers a morning edition as well as its traditional afternoon offering, in a US broadsheet (54×8) design. It is aimed at the middle to upper income groups and seeks to lead debate in and about the city and to cover issues that are relevant to its market. It prides itself in not only excelling in covering serious, general and political news from the region, but also entertainment and sport.

国家:
South Africa
语言:
English
出版商:
Independent Media Pty Ltd
出版周期:
Daily
HK$3.41
HK$439.19
253 期号

本期

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is uncle waffles stealing young stunna’s shine?

Shingai Darangwa shingai.darangwa@inl.co.za It seems like almost every day, there's a new conversation around the 21-year-old DJ and internet sensation Uncle Waffles. Since she blew up online thanks to her performance behind the decks of Young Stunna’s smash hit Adiwele two months ago, everyone has had something to say about her. Over the weekend, tweeps are taking shots at the young DJ after Young Stunna was pictured performing to a small crowd. Meanwhile, Uncle Waffles continues to play to packed out shows week in week out. Recently, she performed in Ghana, Namibia, Tanzania and Kenya. Next week, she heads to Nigeria for a short tour. Tweeps took the opportunity to question how Young Stunna – whose Adiwele is the most played song on radio, according to Radio Monitor, and helped…

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adele’s ‘30’ may not be for everyone and that’s just fine

Hurricane Adele is here and it’s been a joy having real music in our ears for the first time in a while when it comes to popular music. The Rolling In The Deep hitmaker is an anomaly as an artist, since she will drop an album, do interviews, give live performances, go on a brief tour and then disappear until it’s time for her to be in music mode again. The 30 roll-out has been one of the best traditional promotional runs in an age where many artists don’t do them anymore. In the streaming and social media age, artists will tease a song and only drop it many months later, and then when that fizzles out, drop single after single to see what sticks, and then announce an album…

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inflation is taxation without legislation

Staff Reporter TALKING to many traders and investors over the last week, one thing is for certain – inflation is on everyone’s mind. Not just locally after the South African Reserve Bank last week hiked rates by 25 basis points to 3.75 percent, but also globally after the US Consumer Price Index inflation rate soared 6.2 percent since this time last year. This is also the biggest jump in almost 30 years – crazy to think the US 10-year Treasury yield is only at 1.592 percent. Before we get into how we could make money out of it, let’s look at the basics: What is inflation? “In economics, inflation refers to a general progressive increase in prices of goods and services in an economy. When the…

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out of pocket october take-home pay plummets – bankservafrica

Given Majola given.majola@inl.co.za THE South African private sector Take-home pay showed the steepest monthly decline in October since September 2019 and also reflected little change in the typical salary of formal sector workers in the last two years, according to the latest BankservAfrica Take-home Pay Index (BTPI) BankservAfrica’s Head of Stakeholder Engagements Shergeran Naidoo said this week that the real take-home pay declined by 3.1% on a year-on-year basis last month compared to the 4.1% growth registered in September. There were a number of reasons for this fall. In October last year, more casual workers were in the process of returning to work, which resulted in the high BTPI base. In contrast, last month’s data reflected a smaller pool of payments to casual workers, which contributed to the sharp fall…

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black friday continues to drive use of credit despite debt burden

Given Majola given.majola@inl.co.za BLACK Friday is continuing to drive higher credit usage as South African consumers are unable to resist the enticing deals despite struggling with increasing debt burdens. According to data from global information and insights company TransUnion, consumers who opened new credit facilities during the Black Friday period every year ended up spending more than consumers with existing accounts by up to R10 000 more, in the case of credit cards. The firm said that new credit card accounts opened in November last year ended the month with a 52 percent higher spend than existing accounts, with an average balance of R28 470 compared with R18 725. Retail instalment account balances were 59 percent higher than existing accounts, retail revolving accounts were up 98.4 percent and…

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what to watch on tv tonight

LOVE LIFE S2 SHOWMAX This season, we take the journey from first love to lasting love with three-time Emmy nominee William Jackson Harper, who plays Marcus Watkins, a book editor entering his 30s freshly divorced and lost as ever. Forced to rediscover his identity as a single black man in New York, Marcus must learn to find love again. CINEMA TOAST M-NET, DSTV CHANNEL 101, 11PM A sorcerer creates a potion that allows Vivian to shape-shift into any person and kiss, marry or kill anyone she pleases in a single day. A MILLION LITTLE THINGS S3 M-NET, DSTV CHANNEL 101, 9.30PM In a pulsating season finale, Eddie goes to extreme measures to fight for his family; Rome and Regina make big changes for their future.…

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