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What to tell your younger self about money

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Patricia Kopane
Patricia Kopane

Johannesburg - It’s Women’s Month and on August 9 we celebrate Women’s Day, which commemorates a time in 1956 when about 20 000 women marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria to protest against the restrictive pass laws.  

South African women have come a long way since then but there are still opportunities when we can learn from the past and each other.

Angelique Ruzicka has asked some prominent women about what they would tell their younger selves or communities about money and how to manage it.

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