World Economic Forum | 5 days ago South Africa is a country of well-known promise and peril. Despite being the largest economy on the African continent, the nation is plagued by high levels of unemployment, a poor education system and staggering income inequality. Underscoring the country’s struggle to translate its rich natural resources and other assets into social benefit, South Africa is … Continued
The Banking Association South Africa, the lead partner of Child and Youth Finance International (Netherlands Based) in partnership with ReimagineSA will host a dialogue on 29 March 2017 to table a conversation on the subject of Money (financial resources) – a basic human right or not? The Dialogue will form part of the Global Money Week activations that would have … Continued
Media Release SASI reminds South Africa to recall their needs versus their wants The South African Savings Institute (SASI) launches its annual Festive Season Savings Campaign in a year where the country is at major economic and political crossroads. The continued #FEESMUSTFALL campaign, the country’s fragile economy, high levels of consumer debt and rising unemployment make 2016 a … Continued
PERSONAL FINANCE / 02 Jul ’16, 07:30am Patricia Holburn National Savings Month began this week with the acknowledgement that as South Africans we are saving, but not enough and not necessarily in the right places. Our savings efforts are being hampered by a lack of financial literacy, consumerism and unemployment. Despite these challenges, millions of us do save through our pension … Continued
SASI is seeking Partners for its 2016 programmes. Events requiring sponsors and partners include: Proposed 2016 Projects Piggy Bank Project Objective Message Tactics Date Project Life Demonstrate Savings potential of young children. Social Experiment SASI and Deposit Taking Partner If children can save, so can adults. Savings is a habit and a deliberate choice. Children to raise R500 each … Continued
Sandton, 30 June 2016 – The 2016 SASI Savings Month Campaign was launched today at the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) by Ismail Momoniat ,Deputy Director-General: Tax and Financial Sector Policy on behalf of the Deputy Minister of Finance Mcebisi Hubert Jonas. The South African Savings Institute (SASI), an independent non-profit organisation dedicated to developing a robust culture of saving in South … Continued
The South African Savings Institute (SASI) is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to developing a robust culture of saving in South Africa. At SASI’s launch in April 2001, then Finance Minister, Trevor Manuel, drew attention to the poor savings rate; disparate living standards; lack of financial literacy and the poor growth of our economy. He noted that these concerns may … Continued
July is National Savings Month SASI will launch the traditional July National Savings Month Campaign on Thursday 30 June 2016. The Breakfast will be held at the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Main Auditorium. This year we celebrate SASI’s 15th anniversary and look back at the evolution of South African Savings during this period. The numbers are a challenge but instead of … Continued
As we reflect on a successful month. More pictures….
SASI launched National Savings Month 2015 at Maponya Mall with the inaugral SASI Savings Convention. Here are some images from 3 and 4 July.