Sunday, October 29th, 2017 at 11:00pm
Ebukhosini Solutions444 Marshall Street, Belgravia
Johannesburg, 2094
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INVITATION
to an eBukhosini Solutions experience:

The AFRIKAN FAMILY DIALOGUE
Sunday 29 October, 1pm
at eBukhosini Solutions
Johannesburg

Theme: FINANCIAL LITERACY FOR THE AFRIKAN FAMILY
Presenter: Andile Fulane
Entrance: R50

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E V E N T D E T A I L S:

Date: Sunday 29 October
Time: 1pm
Theme: Financial Literacy for the Afrikan Family
Presenter: Andile Fulane
Entrance: R50 (includes refreshments)
Bring: Note book and pen
Note: Books, incense and health products will be on sale.

Venue: eBukhosini Solutions
Address: 444 Marshall Street (corner Boom Street)
Location: Jeppestown/Belgravia. 15 min. walk from Maboneng. (See directions further down)
Info: 074 690 4012 / info@ebukhosinisolutions.co.za

WELCOME TO AFRIKAN FAMILY DIALOGUE
eBukhosini Solutions welcomes the Afrikan Family to another AFRIKAN FAMILY DIALOGUE. This is part of a monthly series of get-togethers with honest talk, solution-oriented dialogue and Pan-Afrikan inspiration. Light refreshments and snacks will be served. The entrance fee is R50 per person. Children up to 12 can come for free.

About the THEME
As Afrikan people marked by perpetual exploitation, expropriation and loss; we grapple with many challenges to regain our power – politically, culturally and financially. Many of us dream of being “financially liberated”, but we struggle with basics of supporting each other’s businesses, saving and spending in order to build our communities. We rely heavily on foreign employers, investors and funders. How do we then become economically independent?

How can we learn to manage and grow our economy, on Afrikan-centred terms, within our families? What are the fundamental steps we should take in order to understand earning, spending, saving, investments, banking, ownership, managing loans and getting past “making-ends-meet”? How do we apply Afrikan philosophy in order to solve our economic crisis which is sustained by continuous marginalization? And, as a people who come from an exceptionally glorious history; how do we re-build Afrikan wealth? What should our roles be – as parents, as youth and as children, in becoming financially literate; on OUR terms?

ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Andile Fulane is the entrepreneur behind Seed of Prosperity Holdings based in Riversands Incubation Hub, a financial wellness group which owns Fin-Lite Financial Education that provides traditional financial wellness solutions to employer groups and individuals.

The group also owns two Fin-Tech companies; “Moneyac Financial Solutions” which provides consumers with financial wellness tools through their mobile app, and “Ye2”, an administrative platform designed to formalise the Stokvel industry and take advantage of the untapped market that is estimated at over R 50 Billion.

Brother Andile is driven by a passion to equip ordinary Africans with the skills to manage their money better and through the group’s newly founded initiative; the African Institute of Financial Education, he envisions a continent that is both confident and equipped to reclaim its economic power through Financial Intelligence and Entrepreneurship.

About EBUKHOSINI SOLUTIONS
Ebukhosini is a home/office/family-place – set up to inspire the Afrikan Family. The Afrikan Family Dialogue is an informal, monthly event where you can share, learn and grow deeper in your commitment to Afrikan transformation. After the presentation and dialogue, it also becomes a great place for networking. Bring your family!



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DIRECTIONS TO EBUKHOSINI SOLUTIONS

Address: 444 Marshall Street (corner Boom Street).

Location: Belgravia, downtown Johannesburg, close to Jeppestown, Malvern and Kensington, 15 min walk from Maboneng

To get there (by car): From Gandhi Square, follow Main Street past Maboneng. Turn right on Boom Str. We are next to the Dominican Catholic School entrance. Parking for cars on Boom Street.

Public transport: Take taxi towards Malvern/Kensington (the ones that follow Jules Street!). Get off at Long Street. Walk left into Long Street, turn right into Marshall. See 444 Marshall by corner Boom Street.