StokFella’s app simplifies recordkeeping, planning meetings and governance of stokvels.
There are about 800 000 stokvels in South Africa that collectively save about R49 billion per year.
Our dream is to provide every ordinary, hardworking citizen an opportunity to pursue financial freedom.— Tshepo Moloi, founder of StokFella
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