Podcast | Women’s Day: Is money gender-neutral?

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Research shows that more than 50% of women in urban areas are raising children on their own. Picture: iStock
Research shows that more than 50% of women in urban areas are raising children on their own. Picture: iStock

PERSONAL FINANCE


Is money really gender-neutral?

Personal finance writers Maya Fisher-French and Mapalo Makhu discuss why women face more financial challenges and why it is important for women to take control of their financial destiny.

Money is not gender-neutral, as Fisher-French and Makhu discuss in this podcast.

According to Old Mutual, research shows that more than 50% of women in urban areas are raising children on their own and, of those, only 12% received regular payments from the father of the children.

Listen to more from our personal finance experts below and read their personal finance articles on how you can improve your financial wellbeing.


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