Perfecting Your Art Of Saving – In celebration of Women’s Month

Why is talking about money so hard for us sometimes? 

We believe it’s time to break the silence. That’s why we jumped at the opportunity to be part of an event created by Nedgroup Investments in celebration of Women’s Month about the art of saving in a busy, cluttered and overwhelming world.

Mary J Fourie, together with Ondela Mlandu, Pamela Makhubela and Tracy Jensen, shared her knowledge, experience, stories and lessons learnt to help women, like you, make more informed decisions and encourage you to better financial habits. Watch the 1 hour event below.

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