Personal investing

Lessons for building long-term wealth

Cracking the code to building wealth doesn’t happen overnight, but it can be achieved by taking a series of small steps over time. During a recent Youth Month webinar, Cracking the code to long-term wealth, Candace Du Plessis, business development manager, hosted a conversation with Professor Bonang Mohale, respected businessman, leader and change agent, to discuss what it takes to succeed personally and professionally, and share lessons to help you along your journey to building long-term wealth. Watch the 57-minute recording below.

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