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Financial education initiative to help manage your finances.
This week marks Global Money Week (GMW), a global initiative aimed at inspiring people to learn how to manage money, save and become financially independent.
The initiative, themed Learn.Save.Earn this year, is designed to equip the younger generation with the skills they need to make wise, long-term and sustainable wealth decisions for their future.
Various events and activities will be hosted across the country. Old Mutual has partnered with the Banking Association of South Africa (BASA), whose StarSaver™ programme, launched in 2008, has already reached about 2 million learners in 4000 schools across South Africa. The programme includes a real life experience component that helps to demonstrate how learning money management skills at an early age can help create a better future for all.
John Manyike, Head of Financial Education at Old Mutual, says that Old Mutual is proud to partner BASA in highlighting the role that financial literacy plays in tackling indebtedness and improving financial wellbeing. “Through our financial education programmes we strive to help build an economically inclusive society, in alignment with government’s National Development Plan.”
On Thursday 30 March 2017, Old Mutual and other corporates will engage with 100 students from the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) and University of Johannesburg (UJ) at a fun-packed series of event that will start at Wits with an ice breaker dance-off between students and bankers.
Keynote speaker for the day, Siya ‘Slikour’ Metane, a local hip hop star, will share his rocky journey to financial independence before John Manyike from Old Mutual and Thabo Holo from Nedbank outline the essential money management skills students need to become financially empowered.
“For more than 175 years Old Mutual has been committed to the communities we serve, enabling long-term positive futures through our services, advice and products. Providing relevant and important information on money matters is part of this vital tradition of doing great things for South Africa,” says Manyike.
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