There couldn’t have been a lot of money around. But there was no stressing about it.— Sibongile Khumalo
I have more than I need.— Sibongile Khumalo
I’m not always comfortable talking about money— Sibongile Khumalo
Each week The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews a famous person about her or his attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.) as part of his weekly “Make Money Mondays” feature.
This week he interviewed Sibongile Khumalo, South Africa’s first lady of song.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
I wanted to go to Wits. But the Minister of the Interior said I should go to a black university that offered music.— Sibongile Khumalo
Studying at university proves to yourself that you are teachable.— Sibongile Khumalo
You don’t have to go to university, but it helps.— Sibongile Khumalo
My earliest memory of money is being given R5 each week as pocket money. It was a fortune! But, by the Wednesday it was finished.— Sibongile Khumalo
I don’t remember ever thinking of money as the be all and end all.— Sibongile Khumalo
I love nice things!— Sibongile Khumalo
We weren’t rich, but we had a very happy home.— Sibongile Khumalo
Money is a tool to use to do the things you need to do.— Sibongile Khumalo
I’m learning to do without nice things.— Sibongile Khumalo
I’m not a ‘label’ person.— Sibongile Khumalo
I have a retirement annuity.— Sibongile Khumalo
Money is a tool that must be respected and taken care of.— Sibongile Khumalo
The best money decision I’ve taken is to buy a grand piano for my home.— Sibongile Khumalo
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