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Inspire a positive culture of savings and investments


Each Youth money circle event runs for a duration of 3 hours with 4 unique and relatable speakers

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Inspire a positive culture of savings and investments among young South Africans.

Investing 101 – Part 1, Getting started!

Investing in shares sounds like a daunting task that requires one to have a PHD in money, but that’s not the case! Investing can be easy, fun and profitable. The feeling of watching a share grow in value is unbelievable. For an example, in 2002 had you invested R10 000 in Capitec on the day it listed in at R1.80 a share, that investment would be worth nearly R4.2 million. So what are you waiting for? There’s money to be…

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Attitude adjustment

To become WEALTHY, you must be willing to INVEST the money you have TODAY, that others DON’T invest, in order to afford the things TOMORROW, that others WON’T. An attitude adjustment is needed!!! South Africans are trapped by a consumption mentality. We want everything NOW! Clothes, cars, houses, holidays and gadgets. We at times, want these things to show people that we are living and doing better than them. As a result, we end up working, living and breathing to…

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Savings achievement sparks fire to help youth

Cape Town – A Fin24 user shares how he through sheer commitment managed to save R14 869 in just over 12 months. Tshepo “Dj @ Large” Kgapane, 25, writes: “Growing up, my parents always instilled money lessons to me and my sibling. We always had to work hard and save to get the things we wanted, although our parents could afford almost anything. Saving and planning for the future was a constant theme in their lessons and advice. Books like…

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Popping Bottles – Everybody is getting paid tonight except me!

I was recently at the club, sipping on some Champers in the VIP section, when it dawned on me, “Everybody is getting paid tonight except me”. Let me explain…. When I arrived at the parking area of the club, I was cheerfully greeted and guided by a charismatic car guard who swore an oath by shouting, “Noma yini bhozza yam’ ngizoyibheka”, to protect my ride with his life. He is getting PAID tonight to look after my car! As I…

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