29thJan

Never work a day in your life when you love what you do

“Nhlonipho Respect The condition of being honored esteemed or respected or well regarded” From an early age, Lucia had a love for the arts. Today she has taken her passion and turned it into a business. “NHLONIPHO CRAFT ART”, the name of her company, comes from the respect she has for her products. In her

29thJan

2019 Message from Marc Lubner

Never work a day in your life when you love what you do! Dear Fellow “Tikkuners” As we start one of the most watershed years of the last two decades, we reflect on where we are today, and where we would like to be. We want peace and prosperity and have learnt that to have

28thJan

The Power of Money

Why learning about money from an early age is essential to ending child poverty “Sam” was raised in Alexandra township. He opened his first bank account at age 21, and spends 40% of his income on “black tax”, and another substantial amount on raising his adopted son. “Chantelle” was raised in a middle class family,

28thJan

Reflecting back on Coronation’s Financial Literacy

Financial decisions are integral to our everyday lives. We are following up on the 2018 Financial Literacy workshops held in Alexandra to see if what was learied has made any difference in the lives of the participants. We meet with Elija Netshandama and his partner Katlego Kekana. The couple attended all the workshops, and today

28thJan

The world is nothing but a canvas

“All people I look up to run their own businesses and it’s their frame of mind that caught my attention, their ability to think big regardless of how limited their resources are. You might know some of these successful businessmen I speak of, people like Shaun Carter famously known as Jay Z and DJ Sbu.”

18thJan

Dreaming of Alternative Sources of Energy

People with determination are those who get up and keep going, who learn from what went wrong and adjust course, and who believe in themselves despite all obstacles. At the beginning of 2018, Prime Nchabeleng made a decision to work hard and only focus on getting the best matric results. “I struggled in grade 11