OVERVIEW
Learning the right financial habits

Financial education and entrepreneurship skills programmes are the key building blocks to empowering you to make informed decisions about your finances and lifestyle choices.

Financial literacy in action

Financial literacy and financial education go hand-in-hand. So Metropolitan, in partnership with FunDza, are introducing you to the Majola family and invite you to join them, and their community as they navigate a range of financial and life decisions; and learn a few valuable skills.

These free, online courses make learning about how to manage your money feel less daunting. You'll follow an imaginary family, the Majolas, through the ups and downs of life, learning important financial lessons along the way.

  • Free on-line financial education courses and stories.

  • Zero-data when you download the app.

  • Complete the courses in your own time, at your own pace.

Find out more about this course and others on the FunDza website.

Why they love it...

.
Tshepang Mokgele

I have been reading on FunDza for about a year now. Reading on FunDza means to me that I get to keep my mind busy and away from the streets. FunDza has helped me to be a critical thinker when it comes to my tests and school work. I have learnt a lot on funzda.mobi,” he said. In closing, the excited Tshepang, who had just finished his final exam paper, added, “Through this competition, I have learnt how to spend my money wisely, avoiding debts and how to utilize cash and prioritising on buying necessities. I plan to spend my lucky prize on my necessities and data so that I can continue to keep reading. I am also going to get myself a pair of sneakers and save a  few hundreds.

By User
Tshepang Mokgele, Extension 8 Matshelapaad, North West Province
Tshepang Mokgele

I have been reading on FunDza for about a year now. Reading on FunDza means to me that I get to keep my mind busy and away from the streets. FunDza has helped me to be a critical thinker when it comes to my tests and school work. I have learnt a lot on funzda.mobi,” he said. In closing, the excited Tshepang, who had just finished his final exam paper, added, “Through this competition, I have learnt how to spend my money wisely, avoiding debts and how to utilize cash and prioritising on buying necessities. I plan to spend my lucky prize on my necessities and data so that I can continue to keep reading. I am also going to get myself a pair of sneakers and save a  few hundreds.

By User
Tshepang Mokgele, Extension 8 Matshelapaad, North West Province
Wezeka Jan

I started reading on fundza.mobi during the competition after finding it on Cell C FreeBasics this month. I love the stories on fundza.mobi because they are educational and entertaining. I loved the competition specifically because I got to learn a lot about financial literacy.” “The prize money could not have come at a more perfect time as I have a lay-bye of furniture that I will square up and buy school uniform for my child,” Wezeka said.

By User
Wezeka Jan, Samora – Western Cape
Wezeka Jan, Samora

I started reading on fundza.mobi during the competition after finding it on Cell C FreeBasics this month. I love the stories on fundza.mobi because they are educational and entertaining. I loved the competition specifically because I got to learn a lot about financial literacy.” “The prize money could not have come at a more perfect time as I have a lay-bye of furniture that I will square up and buy school uniform for my child,” Wezeka said.

By User
Wezeka Jan, Samora – Western Cape