Growing up not having money shaped my attitude to it.— Ciko Thomas, Nedbank
Having to support my family shaped many of my career choices.— Ciko Thomas, Nedbank
Every week The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews a famous person about her or his attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.) as part of his weekly “Make Money Mondays” feature.
This week Ray White (in for Whitfield) interviewed Ciko Thomas, Managing Executive of Retail and Business Banking at Nedbank.
Listen to the candid interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
I’m a simple guy from the Eastern Cape.— Ciko Thomas, Nedbank
I drive a BMW.— Ciko Thomas, Nedbank
My mother controlled the purse-strings.— Ciko Thomas, Nedbank
I was 15 when I earned my first money, cleaning sludge at General Motors. I shared some of it with my mother. The rest I blew away!— Ciko Thomas, Nedbank
My first bank account was at NBS.— Ciko Thomas, Nedbank
The best investment I’ve ever made was the money I spent to impress my wife on our first date.— Ciko Thomas, Nedbank
Enter your email address in the form below to receive a newsletter containing the most-read articles of the week from Bruce Whitfield’s The Money Show every Friday morning in your inbox.
Does she have lots of money? Did she have rich parents? What does she splurge on? Does she invest? This and more from the Premier.
What does Kuzwayo (founder of Ignitive, "Motown of SA's communications industry") hope for (and fear) about money?
What does the wealthy executive who once lived on streets, selling fruit, believe about money?
Bruce Whitfield interviews one of our most beloved artists of all time about his money hopes, fears, successes, failures, etc.
Each week Bruce Whitfield interviews a famous person about her or his attitude to money. Enter the powerful Phuti Mahanyele...
Bruce Whitfield interviews Barry “I put it to you” Roux about his attitude to money - his hopes and fears, successes and failures…
The rand is going from strength to strength. The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Treasury One’s Andre Cilliers.
EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis take a look at the Spur confrontation that has taken the country by a storm.
Government is intending to change the way foreign income is taxed by introducing taxes to a large South African diaspora.
Social housing in Sea Point will house the very people who you are happy to have look after your kids & serve you in restaurants.
Despite months of protests and lobbying, affordable housing and redevelopment finally lose the battle for Tafelberg site.
He believes it's a moral cop-out to say the only thing going on in the video is two adults behaving badly in front of the kids.
High ranking employees are resigning en masse as crisis upon crisis pummel lossmaking Uber.
The CEO of Spur says food inflation has played a big role in making this difficult decision.