We learn money lessons from our parents – whether they know they’re teaching us or not. Nobhongo Gxolo looks at some of the lessons we learn, and how we learn them.
Guest writer Dax Villanueva has a bone or two to pick with the notion that we should pursue our passion at work.
Play catch up with some of our highlights for the month.
They say you should buy experiences rather than things. And travel is the experience that you’ll gain the most from, Georgina Guedes says, so that’s how you should spend your money – as long as you have it.
Money doesn’t have to be coins, or cash, or even cards. Its very recent history is full of innovation and experimentation. And some of it seems to be sticking.
They’re a massive economic force, but their benefits are also emotional. Nobhongo Gxolo writes about the kinds of stokvels that exist, and the non-financial reasons people belong to them.
Money has taken many forms. Here’s a little about what it could be, has been, and is.
For Kate Wolters, when it came to knowing were her money went, ignorance was bliss. But, older and wiser and more enlightened, knowledge is nirvana.
How did we end up with money? And is it worth it? Well, it may be imperfect, but it’s still better than some alternatives.