Building an Emergency Fund: Why the Lockdown didn’t catch some with their pants down

We have now entered season 2 of the national lockdown and I’m very close to losing my marbles. The heavy bad news cycle is also affecting my spirits. We are all strapped into this rollercoaster, trying to keep sane at every twist and turn. Despite all of this, there are some important money lessons coming out of this lockdown. Some weren’t caught with their pants down. Let me shumayela (Preach) and explain. For many years, financial advisors and planners have

Treat Your Money Like A Person That You Are In A Relationship With!

Pushing the rewind button back to an eye-opening session with Ilze Alberts about, “Staying woke with your money”. Last year, we were lucky to be hosting one of the very few wealth psychologists in South Africa. An experienced and successful human behaviour specialist, wealth psychologist and author. Her humour, relatability and genius was delivered to us in a 40-minute Youth Money Circle session, filled with numerous questions from the youth in attendance. Questions around money and happiness, retail therapy and

What 14 Days Of Eating Healthy Taught Me About Money

I’ve often heard people saying that eating healthy and getting fit is expensive. The Gym memberships, various supplements and foods. With my Mkhaba, I definitely don’t have the answers. Whether this myth is true or not, I’ve always wondered if it would be possible to get Fit on a budget? Juanita Khumalo at the Financial Bootcamp 2020 So last month, we were graced by Juanita Khumalo at our Financial Boot camp. The entrepreneur and wellness influencer was there to debunk this myth