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There are more interest rate hikes coming this year.— Nicky Lala-Mohan, Credit Ombud
76% of South Africans are broke at the end of the month.— Nicky Lala-Mohan, Credit Ombud
You may not collect a debt after three years…— Nicky Lala-Mohan, Credit Ombud
Some credit providers in the micro-lending space stand out as being worse than most. But we don't name and shame.— Nicky Lala-Mohan, Credit Ombud
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