My first paying job was working with my mom as a domestic worker.— Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Investec
How much is enough? If I have enough for my family. And remember; we also have ‘black tax’…— Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Investec
The combination of money and power scares me.— Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Investec
Every 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 Whitfield interviewed Peggy-Sue Khumalo.
Khumalo was a former Miss South Africa (1996).
She currently heads Public Sector and Black Business Portfolio at Investec.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
I grew up with no, or very little, money.— Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Investec
My mother – a domestic worker - made a lot of things happen with the little money we had.— Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Investec
My mother worked hard to put me through school.— Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Investec
Mothers always make it work!— Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Investec
Ubuntu is eroded in our society.— Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Investec
It is a great honour to take care of my mother.— Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Investec
When Nelson Mandela offered me the bursary… that was the greatest thing in my life!— Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Investec
My first investment was when I started at Investec.— Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Investec
Money doesn’t drive me.— Peggy-Sue Khumalo, Investec
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