GERALD ON RADIO 2000: Can you live a CASH LIFE?

A cash only life involves a little more work, dedication, and planning but will be worth all the hassle when you are debt free and free from the added expense of interest and fees that accompany credit cards. Gerald, Lonwaba, Nala and Bongani discuss if one can live a cash life with little on no debt. #THETAKEOFF Breakfast show on SABC Radio 2000

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Listen: Use the lessons learnt from Covid to improve your finances

We know from studying history that entire generations can share a similar money attitude or behaviour due to a major financial event that their generation experienced. What effect, if any, will the Covid pandemic have on this generation? In this podcast, Maya (@mayaonmoney) speaks to financial wellness coach Frank Magwegwe (@FrankMagwegwe), a lecturer at the […]

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GERALD ON RADIO 2000: Money attitudes after COVID19

Gerald and the Radio 2000 Breakfast crew discuss how our Money Habits have been changed forever. How has your attitude toward money been changed by COVID 19? For Better or for Worse

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The effects of delaying your retirement

What if you could change your retirement by working just one more year? André Wentzel, Head Client Solutions Savings at Sanlam, explains how delaying your retirement by one, three or five years could fundamentally change your savings and enable a better quality of life in retirement. A lot can happen in a year. Just one […]

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Relief for struggling restaurants

Soft loans and payment holidays are available for restaurants still battling to survive the pandemic. At the beginning of May, my favourite local coffee shop closed its doors after 20 years of trading. My neighbourhood shopping centre, which caters to many “mom and pop” businesses, had four new vacancies last month. The extended lockdown and […]

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Money and divorce

David Thomson, Senior Legal Adviser at Sanlam Trust, shares some practical tips about the financial side of divorce. The news of Bill and Melinda Gates filing for divorce after 27 years of marriage sent shockwaves through the philanthropic world. The couple is worth an estimated $146 billion (R2 trillion) and has no prenuptial agreement in […]

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Listen: Your midlife money makeover

In this interview with financial planner Kim Potgieter (@KimPotgieterM3), Maya (@mayaonmoney) discusses Kim’s new book Midlife Money Makeover. The book delves into how our relationship with money and those money stories we grew up with either help or sabotage our finances. It is a call to action to take control of both your life and […]

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