Coming off the back of the highly successful launch of Money Savvy Kids and being made a finalist at the Mondato Summit Africa 2016 recently, Money Savvy Kids is proud to introduce to you itâ€™s big brother, The Money Savvy Generation, or MSG.
Where Money Savvy Kids catered primarily to the youth market as a means to address the glaring lack of financial knowledge in our education systems, The Money Savvy Generation seeks to broaden its spectrum and spread its net to includes a wider target audience.
Itâ€™s time to put an end to financial ineptitude. Where Money Savvy Kids entrenches good financial habits from day one, The Money Savvy Generation will work hard to undo past mistakes, learn from them and move our nation forward as a population of sound-minded, financially able citizens.
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Financial literacy wasn’t the first thing on Kathryn Main’s mind when she dropped out of high school at the end of Grade 9. But today it is her focus with Money Savvy Kids (MSK), a programme aimed at educating children about money. Twenty years ago, career opportunities for high-school dropouts, especially girls, were limited. Faced with […]Read More
Ever wonder what Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Richard Branson, and Larry Ellison have in common? They’ve all dropped out of high school or university to make their entrepreneurship dreams come true. Sure, it’s a risky move, but it seems to have paid off, right? As parents, we want to encourage our kids to […]Read More
According to the World Bank and Standard & Poor, only about 33% of the world’s adult population are financially literate. In other words, only 33% of adults worldwide understand how money works, which enables them to make informed and effective decisions with their financial resources. If you’re reading this article, you might form part of […]Read More