We educate people about Ponzi schemes and help them be financially literate.

The problem we aim to solve:

Lack of financial confidence and understanding.

The solution our project offers:

A book that acts as a tool to educate people “on” how to grow their financial wealth

The impact our project had so far:

I have conducted financial seminars, sold over 40 books (in 3 months), written finance articles & been on radio shows.


There are currently no open needs. Get in touch with Ntlahla Nkukwana if you can contribute and help out.

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About the project

Financial education guarantees you financial freedom for the rest of your life.

I realised that most people were struggling with managing their finance’s mainly because financial education is not taught at school and the subject of money management and investing is not discussed in our homes, especially black families. This leads to people being highly in debt and falling on the same routine that 90% of South Africans are in which is pay bills and die. Some fall victim to get-rich-quick schemes that promise them huge returns over a short period of time and run away with their money. Which is why i decided to start (Cents Check).

Cents Check seeks to:

  • educate people about these get rich quick schemes;
  • to teach people how to be financially literate (meaning how to manage money);
  • help people to be financially independent (meaning debt free and generating money) by providing them with products and services that will give them the necessary skills they need to live a financially free life.
Open door Financial wellness seminar in my community
My first newspaper article
One of my Financial Wellness workshops
Financial wellness workshop

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Great venture, keep it up!

Great stuff! Keep it up!