Five years ago, Connie found herself a R1-million in debt and working three jobs just to keep her family fed and a roof over their heads and even then, just barely. “That time was very tough. Apart from my three small children, I was also taking care of my mother and her household,” she recalls.
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According to Nicolette Mashile, a successful businesswoman and passionate personal finance advocate, we need more female entrepreneurs to act as teachers and role models for the next generation of go-getters.
We spoke to 6 women who have worked in finance for many years, and asked them to share their challenges, changes and hopes for a more inclusive future.
Before you even think about capital and costs to start your small business, Nicolette believes you need to make sure you’ve nailed the concept and approach.
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10 years ago I quit my job to start my startup. Reflecting back, there were a few financial lessons I learned that I would like to share.
One thing I was told long ago is that moneywise couples often swap a date night for a budget night. Find out what to do on a budget night to keep the romance alive.
A lot happened over the past year. So in the spirit of pride, I want to look back and celebrate all that we’ve achieved over the past year and look forward with hope.