Financial literacy: Gordhan to talk in Pmb

2012-07-03 00:00

The KwaZulu-Natal provincial Treasury, in partnership with the KZN Financial Literacy Association, will host the first conference on financial education and financial literacy, ‘Promoting Financial Literacy: Taking Financial Education to the People’, in Pietermaritzburg today. Speakers at the two-day event include Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and KZN Premier Dr Zweli Mkhize. ‘The conference is not intended to provide financial education, but intends to improve knowledge and understanding of how to provide better financial education through sharing, discussing and learning from research and practical experiences,’ said the provincial Treasury. Preparing for the event were conference director Professor Krish Govender and Thembeka Dlungwane of the finance minister’s office.

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