Satrix Now will take any amount – even R10 per month, or a once-off lump sum – and you can stop any time without a penalty. The fees are fair, and amount to less than a cent per R10.— Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital Financial Advisor
Ingram advises a security officer on a low income who wants to invest for the future of his kids.
Listen to the audio below for more detail.
Recommendedby NEWSROOM AI
Bruce Whitfield interviews Professor David Block about his attitude toward money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.).
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews consumer journalist Wendy Knowler.
Financial Mail Editor Rob Rose talks about his book, “Steinheist: Markus Jooste, Steinhoff and SA’s biggest corporate fraud”.
#FeesMustFall, but don’t hold your breath. Take matters into your own hands to ensure a quality tertiary education for your child.
Education inflation is currently at nine percent. But that needn't exclude your child from receiving quality education.
Sending your kid to a quality school will cost you more than you ever thought possible. Read this and start saving now...
Sam Beckbessinger, the author of “Manage Your Money like a F*cking Grownup,” has some tips, so you don’t have to live with regret.
Public Enterprises Minister Gordhan appeared before the Zondo Commission on Monday to give his testimony into state capture.
Eusebius McKaiser engages MMI CEO in a fiery debate about why they won't pay gunshot victim's R2.4 million policy claim.
A brand new Touran that's had three new engines since 2012 is about to cost the customer R23 000 for a fourth engine.
The annual Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge showcased pure heart as 24 000 riders took to the streets to tackle the 95km route which has been ‘flipped’ for the first time.
In the Current Affairs segment, satirical comedian Coconut Kelz chats about the real reason behind Malusi Gigaba's resignation.