Category: Financial Literacy

I recently had a coaching session with a woman who is going through a divorce, she had reached out to me because she was expecting a cash windfall from the divorce settlement and she wanted to know that she would be making good financial decisions.

A cash windfall can come in different ways; winning the lotto, an insurance payout, an inheritance, a retrenchment package or a divorce settlement etc.

While we all wish to for a cash windfall that will change our financial lives for the better;

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Missed our previous podcasts?

 

Take a listen below, I have included the most listed to podcasts from the previous weeks.

  1. Why it takes forever to reduce your home loan, Maya Fisher-French and I discuss why that extra R500 into your home loan makes such a big difference and why you should start saving for your kids’ education.

 

Today’s podcast:

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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,

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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:

  1. 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.

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Happy Tuesday Tribe,

This blog post is almost two months overdue! My intention is to write a blog reflecting on every quarter of the year. For me it is important to reflect because how else do you know if you are still heading in the right direction, whether it be in your career, finances or relationships etc?  We all need to reflect from time to time, it allows us to evaluate what is working and what isn’t.

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Hi Tribe,

I read a lot of books on personal development and personal finance, and recently I have started reading a few books on artificial intelligence and FinTech and because of the work I do, women always ask me what books to read. So I thought it to be a good idea to share some of my favourite books in an article.

 

1. Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

I read this book in 2006,

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An easy to read infographic on How to manage money together as a couple.

We all know that talking about money can be a challenging topic, especially if you yourself do not have a good relationship with it. So how do you begin to start managing money as a couple?

As the saying goes

“Teamwork makes the dream work.”  –Bang Gae

Below are a few tips.

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