Are you tired of buying fresh fruit and vegetables, only to have the berries going mouldy and the lettuce wilting – before you get a change to eat them? With the recent VAT increase, many food items will become more expensive, so to help you reduce waste and live smart, here are 15 helpful hacks that you can adopt in your kitchen.


South Africa is experiencing the world’s worst outbreak of listeriosis. In March, the National Department of Health announced that their investigation into the source of the outbreak had led them to a processed-meat production facility in Polokwane. This is what you need to know about listeriosis, and how you can keep yourself and your family safe.


It's the start of a new year and the perfect time to re-evaluate your financial situation. Make 2018 the year that you stick to your resolutions and take back control of your personal finances.


bsmart has undergone significant changes to evolve our business. These changes have been tough but also very rewarding. It is undeniably our intention to grow and improve, to the point where we can reward you with a bigger, more satisfying bonus. Read more from bsmart Managing Director Marthinus Fourie.


The New Year’s resolutions you probably haven’t thought of (but should have).

It’s January 2018, a month where most people choose resolutions for the rest of the year. We all know the common goals, such as losing weight, eating more veggies and finding a better work-life balance, but we’ve suggested a few others to help you get more organised for the year ahead.


Do you know how much money is in your account? Do you have enough to cover your bills? Do you know how much you spend each month? To stay on top of your finances and to manage your money smartly, you need to regularly reconcile your bank account or “balance the books”.


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