OPINION | Financial literacy is an essential life skill, but SA ranks among the world's worst

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A sobering study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ranked South Africa as the worst of 30 countries for financial competency. If this is to change, financial literacy must be taught at school level, says Vuyo Lee.

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