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In the current economic climate South African millennials are having a hard time saving.
Saving money is not just for when you already have a purchase or holiday idea, it should be something that you do monthly, says venture capitalist Shakes Motsilili.
Everybody deserves to spoil themselves every now and then, otherwise life would become very dull and boring, says Yanga Nozibele, investment associate at Cannon Asset Managers.
When it comes to long-term investing towards retirement, millennials are not doing so great, says Noluyolo Betela, client relationship manager at Allan Gray.
Ongoing education is still necessary for a genuine savings culture to be enabled in South Africa, says the CEO of credit life insurance brand Yalu.
South Africans are not saving enough and only 6% of them will be able to maintain their standard of living after retirement.
An estimated 16 million South Africans have cash in bank savings accounts, but a staggering 40% of people have placed this money in low interest-bearing savings accounts.
Understanding how electricity tariffs work is the first step towards taking charge of your spending, says Citiq Prepaid managing director Michael Franze.
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