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I have always been extremely independent and growing up I could not wait to be able to move out and be on my own. From as far back as I can remember I planned how my flat would be decorated, the food I would eat, the area I would like
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The South African economy has been going through somewhat of a rough patch lately, oh who am I kidding, we’re on a downward spiral. According to stats SA the South African economy is responsible for the loss of 51 000 jobs in all sectors in 2016 alone. Among those 51

Straight out of Transkei I was propelled into the model C schooling system first in Johannesburg and later Durban. With little or no time to adjust from rural to urban life I had to compete in an environment where other kids knew what a bank was, what saving was and

I’m a young investor who was born in Soweto and later moved to the North of Johannesburg. I was raised by my Grandparents for the first couple of years while my parents were establishing their careers in the new South Africa with very little education. When I was growing up

VIA So this week I want to explain a concept that we hear about but I don’t think we’re all entirely clear as to how it functions. Wine Investment. Don’t get me wrong, every bottle bought is an investment in my eyes – you’re buying a bottle full of Liquid

VIA Dear investor, Investors are rushing off to invest in the Tax-Free Savings Accounts (TFSA). It’s no wonder. This investment allows you to invest on the stock market completely free of capital gains taxes & dividend taxes, at minimal costs, with a large selection of investment options. To top that

We’ve always known that hipsters are cool. We know they have this incredible talent to spot the cool stuff before its cool. If ever I had to pump money into something, I would invest in the cool people. I always say that when people go into business, they should have