'We bring financial literacy to the communities'
Entrepreneur, mentor and an entrepreneur who runs a business called PM Skillshouse, Portia Malatjie is today's Friday Profile on the Azania Mosaka Show.
PM Skillshouse specialises in bringing Financial Literacy to people who otherwise would not have access to that information e.g. how to budget; how to distinguish between needs and wants; what the use of a bank account is; how to save.
Speaking to Aki Anastasiou standing in for Azania Mosaka, Malatjie says her company specialise on consumer financial education.
We bring financial literacy to the communities and the unemployed including the informal settlements around South Africa.Portia Malatjie, Founder of PM Skillshouse
Listen below to the full interview:
This article first appeared on 702 : 'We bring financial literacy to the communities'
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