Hi Tribe, all the time you hear me say educate yourself, educate yourself right? I believe that if you want to become good at something, you have to spend time educating yourself and improve your skills.
You might not want to teach personal finance but for you to master your money, you need to at least build a foundation.
So, what websites, TV shows or content do I like to consume to help me be better at my money and get inspiration to give good,
So in late August, I had the tv on, getting ready to go to church, an advert came on about Impact Farming. I had heard the advert on radio before but never followed up on it. When I saw it on tv I finally decided to check it out!
My world has changed since!!! I have never been so excited about Investing as I have been with the Fedgroup Impact Farming app!
As I mentioned on Instagram (@womanandfinance) earlier this week; I wanna try something new here on the Woman & Finance website, I want to start doing podcasts where I share my thoughts on different topics around money.
To begin with these type of podcasts, I thought it would be fun to start off by sharing with you my own financial journey and how I manage my finances so far!
According to annual BEE.conomics Transformation in SA Asset Management Survey published by 27four Investment Managers, there are currently 48 black asset management firms in South Africa and they manage only 10% or R490.3bn of the R5 trillion industry.
While there has been growth in the number black fund managers and their assets under management in the past couple of years, it has been painstakingly slow. So, why is this? Why don’t we have more black fund managers?
Gugu is a Senior Anchor on CNBC Africa and Presenter of Kaya FM’s prime time business show, Kaya Bizz. Gugulethu also serves as a Conference Chair, Panel Discussion Moderator and Programme Director at various industry gatherings that impact the business and investment landscape.
Having cut her teeth at Moneyweb, she worked for institutions like Talk Radio 702, SA FM, Lotus FM and the City Press Newspaper. Gugu has has gained a wealth of experience in Financial Journalism through Radio,
Buying property is probably the one of the most financially significant purchases you will make – it is therefore worthwhile to do your research and gather as many facts (both advantages and disadvantages) as possible.
Here are 5 things to consider before you buy a property:
Clean up your credit score
The first thing banks look at is your credit score. A credit score tells a potential money lender how well you manage your finances and pay your financial obligations.