Five (5) investment hacks for young investors

Only 20% of South African Youth invest their money. South Africa’s pioneering alternative investment company, SV Capital, begs the question as to why the majority of young South Africans are failing dismally at building their net-worth, and how to remedy their shortcomings.

As part of our youth month conversations, Wandile Mazibuko spoke to SV Capital Co-founder Ayanda Majola for more.
20 Jun English South Africa Business News

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