“It transformed our finances.
It transformed our family life.”

Zaine Ismail

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Every day, Worth’s online courses help people learn how to manage their finances effectively. Like them, you can use this knowledge to turn your money matters around, starting today.

No matter what it is you need to overcome, understand or implement, we’ve got a money plan for you that works. In 60 days or less, you’ll see the change. Just like these learners did.

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ZAINE ISMAIL

Snowballed debt. Tripled his savings.

We had managed our finances quite well. It wasn’t something I was worried about doing, or had to do. The budget was working for us, but it was not fine-tuned. It was still a rough cut. You’re missing the coaching. We saw we were carrying bad habits.

GIFT MTSHALI

Took control of her spending. Empowering herself in the process.

The biggest problem is we don’t talk about money. I never used to know how much I was spending. I was always thinking when are these guys going to give me a raise. But it’s never enough if you’re overspending. I was in a very bad situation. You hardly sleep, you know?

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KAI AND SIMPHIWE

Beat black tax. And went on holiday.

I was giving even when I didn’t have. And that’s how I got into debt. I’d take out loans because I don’t have the money but my priority is I need to fend for my mom and sisters. It was becoming strenuous on us. We were never able to go on holiday. Once the debit orders go off, there’s nothing left. Except stress.

JACQUI OLLIS

Changed her relationship with her money. And son.

You have sleepless nights. You’re worrying and more anxious than anything else… stressing out about every cent. Something goes wrong, like you need new tyres and you don’t know how you’re going to do it. My biggest challenge was to have a healthy relationship with my money.

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DYLAN RORKE

Sold his Audi S3. Invested in his future instead.

Financially, my biggest challenge was trying to get rid of debt. You have revolving credit; you bring it down, you bring it down and then you end up using it. And then you go to the bank and they’re like nah, you’re fine! People are in more debt than you! But you don’t realise you’re actually going deeper.

TIA AND MOHAMED

Had a wake-up call. Retiring young is their new plan.

Our concern was the future. Can we retire? Where are we going? Can we manage? What is our plan? I think that’s where the sleepless nights came in. You don’t want to be 65 and can’t retire because you have a mountain of debt. We had a major wake up call.

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THULANI XULU

Wrestled back control from retailers. And won.

When the shops tell you you can buy for so much, you think it’s money that is yours. The reality is that it’s a loan. I had many many cards, for no reason. Because they were telling me I qualify. That word, qualify, it makes you so excited. It’s very difficult to acknowledge you have financial problems.

ZAINE ISMAIL

Snowballed debt. Tripled his savings.

We had managed our finances quite well. It wasn’t something I was worried about doing, or had to do. The budget was working for us, but it was not fine-tuned. It was still a rough cut. You’re missing the coaching. We saw we were carrying bad habits.

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GIFT MTSHALI

Took control of her spending. Empowering herself in the process.

The biggest problem is we don’t talk about money. I never used to know how much I was spending. I was always thinking when are these guys going to give me a raise. But it’s never enough if you’re overspending. I was in a very bad situation. You hardly sleep, you know?

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KAI AND SIMPHIWE

Beat black tax. And went on holiday.

I was giving even when I didn’t have. And that’s how I got into debt. I’d take out loans because I don’t have the money but my priority is I need to fend for my mom and sisters. It was becoming strenuous on us. We were never able to go on holiday. Once the debit orders go off, there’s nothing left. Except stress.

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JACQUI OLLIS

Changed her relationship with her money. And son.

You have sleepless nights. You’re worrying and more anxious than anything else… stressing out about every cent. Something goes wrong, like you need new tyres and you don’t know how you’re going to do it. My biggest challenge was to have a healthy relationship with my money.

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DYLAN RORKE

Sold his Audi S3. Invested in his future instead.

Financially, my biggest challenge was trying to get rid of debt. You have revolving credit; you bring it down, you bring it down and then you end up using it. And then you go to the bank and they’re like nah, you’re fine! People are in more debt than you! But you don’t realise you’re actually going deeper.

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TIA AND MOHAMED

Had a wake-up call. Retiring young is their new plan.

Our concern was the future. Can we retire? Where are we going? Can we manage? What is our plan? I think that’s where the sleepless nights came in. You don’t want to be 65 and can’t retire because you have a mountain of debt. We had a major wake up call.

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THULANI XULU

Wrestled back control from retailers. And won.

When the shops tell you you can buy for so much, you think it’s money that is yours. The reality is that it’s a loan. I had many many cards, for no reason. Because they were telling me I qualify. That word, qualify, it makes you so excited. It’s very difficult to acknowledge you have financial problems.

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