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My Money And Me - 27 August 2019

On My Money and Me show with Thuli Magubane: On Careers feature , Vumile Msweli will give us tips on how to position yourself to be able to get a promotion at work. Later we will have a conversation with personal finance coach Eunice Sibiya about the luxury handbag market which is apparently experiencing a growth spurt.

My Money And Me - 20 August 2019

David Tshabalala, graphic designer and illustrator joins Thuli Magubane in studio to share his money lessons. A conversation on the new National Credit amendment Bill continues with Tsungai Masendeke who a financial literacy advocate is. Later on, the careers feature with Vumile Msweli we are looking at 5 challenges facing women in the workplace.

My Money And Me - 13 August 2019

Millicent Maroga, the Corporate Affairs Director at HEINEKEN will share her money lessons and also take us through the beer the industry from women’s perspective. On the Careers feature Vumile Msweli will help us understand a metaphor that refers to the tendency of groups, organizations, or political parties to put women in power during times of crisis or downturn, when the likelihood of failure is highest, a GLASS CLIFF.

Thuli will also speak to Dr Anban Pillay, deputy director general for National Health Insurance at the NDoH who will tell us everything we need to know on NHI.

My Money And Me - 06 August 2019

Money Lessons with Actress and TV Presenter Carishma Basday.

Our Careers feature with Coach Vumile Msweli looked at the wage gap between women and men in South Africa.

We highlighted the key factors to create a culture of saving for retirement with Sanlam’s David Gluckman.

To end off, we look at a Johannesburg High Court ruling, which declared that banks can’t take money from clients’ current accounts to pay off credit card debt – we interrogated how this could be viewed as a relief for bank customers who have experienced what is called “set-off”, with Benay Sager COO of Debt Busters.

My Money And Me - 30 July 2019

We feature entrepreneur, money coach and founder of YouTube channelMoney Talks, Nabeel Khan, for Money Lessons.

Career Coach Vumile Msweli chats to us about managing your salary for the Careers feature.

We round up Savings Month by chatting to the Acting CEO of the SA Savings Institute Gerald Mwandiambira, and end off with looking at the latest investment trends of South African consumers with Noah Greenhill, Head of Business Development at 4 Africa Exchange.

How To Save Money On A Low Income Salary

Soweto-born Mbali Ndhlovu is the architect of one of the most active Facebook communities called I Know A Guy, with an ecosystem of over 130k individuals engaging to source assistance and make recommendations for products and services. She joins us to share her Money Lessons tonight.

Career Coach and CEO of Hesed Consulting Vumile Msweli, sheds some light on becoming an active ad engaged employee.

We continue in the spirit of Savings Month with speaking to Christelle Erasmus, project coordinator at African Unity, on how to save money on a low income salary.

We learnt about the latest Investment attitudes and trends of South African consumers with Noah Greenhill of 4 Africa Exchange.

Kick Starting the Savings Month Conversation this July

On My Money and Me, Social Entrepreneur and Author of The 7 Things Every Young Black Entrepreneur Should Know, Karabo Che Mokoape and shared his Money Lessons.

Career Coach Vumile Msweli shared her insights on creating flexibility in your career.

July is Savings Month, we kickstarted the Savings conversation with SA Savings Institute’s Gerald mwandiambira.

We also unpacked the latest Customer Satisfactoon Index in the short term insurance industry, and how this affects policy holders, with Ineke Prinsloo from Consulta.

Youth and Money Matters

Neo Salemane, From FitFinance, Lerato Mahlangu, CEO Power Mani and Pat Mokgatle, Heads up the Business Development for Audit, Tax and Advisory at BDO Johannesburg discuss youth and Money Matters

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