I studied B.Com, but when I started to work I’ve never heard of a provident fund!— Sandra Mokhonoana, Financial Wellness
Unit trust statements are so complex! It’s designed to confuse us.— Sandra Mokhonoana, Financial Wellness
Do you understand how money works?
Do you know how to manage and invest it?
Are you making informed and effective decisions with regards to your hard-earned cash?
South Africans are mostly quite clueless when it comes to personal finances.
There is a lack of good financial education.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
I found it ironic that people discuss Warren Buffett when most in South Africa don’t invest.— Sandra Mokhonoana, Financial Wellness
The ads for funeral policies are amazing, but there are very few investment ads.— Sandra Mokhonoana, Financial Wellness
In 2017 people haven’t heard what a unit trust is! How is that possible?— Sandra Mokhonoana, Financial Wellness
I had my provident fund invested in cash!— Sandra Mokhonoana, Financial Wellness
If the issue of Fees Must Fall is not resolved…— Sandra Mokhonoana, Financial Wellness
HR people have a responsibility.— Sandra Mokhonoana, Financial Wellness
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