The Covid-19 Money Hub will help answer your business and money questions and explore the financial help available to you during the coronavirus crisis.

I have R10 000 to invest. What are the best options during Covid-19?

A reader asks about investing during the pandemic.

Can I be charged double interest on a home loan plus R50 000 in legal fees?

A reader questions the legality of being charged double interest on outstanding bond debt, as well as thousands in legal fees

My investment value is dropping. Should I withdraw or otherwise change it?

A Fin24 reader wants to know how he should go about safeguarding his investments during the coronavirus pandemic.

The 'no work, no pay' principle applies to me. How do I deal with my debt?

A reader has received a letter stating that the 'no work, no pay' principle will be in effect for the month of May.

As a private individual, can I request a rental payment holiday?

As a private individual without the clout of big business, what are my options to request a rental holiday or reduction?

Is it worth investing in a living annuity during the time of Covid-19?

A Fin24 reader heading into retirement seeks the opinion of an expert on investing during the uncertainty of Covid-19.

I'm under debt review. How will lockdown affect my repayment order?

I’m currently under debt review. How will the national lockdown affect my monthly repayments as per order?

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Consumers will be able to buy alcohol for home consumption only on "specified days and for limited hours".

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South Africa's mines are some of the deepest in the world. Here, the fight against the coronavirus takes on a different meaning.

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The pandemic is set to deepen the financial woes of already ailing state-owned enterprises.

Cigarette ban is 'failing', could create lasting illicit market - study

Rather than stopping smokers from smoking, the ban may be setting up an illicit market for survival well beyond the coronavirus outbreak, a new study has found.

A month after oil plunged into the abyss, prices are surging

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If cigarette sales spread coronavirus, prove it – tobacco association

Public comments on the ills of smoking have not been "adequately linked" to the fight against Covid-19, says the Fair Trade Independent Tobacco Association.

Kulula.com owner Comair goes into business rescue

The airline says it is unable to continue operating given current restrictions on flights.

Associated Media Publishing's closure rounds off nightmare month for media firms

The group published Cosmopolitan, Women on Wheels, and House and Leisure.

Yes to beekeepers, no to liquor and hairdressers: What we know about Level 4

Some 1.5 million people are expected to return to work as South Africa eases into level 4.

New regulations hint online retailers may get to sell more stuff under level 4 – eventually

Trade and industry minister Ebrahim Patel said e-commerce may be expanded during lockdown level 4 to include items currently excluded.

Hardware stores will be open to everyone in Lockdown Level 4

Stores selling hardware can reopen to everyone under Level 4 of the national lockdown.