[WATCH] University of Pretoria students reveal an optimistic attitude towards money

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Accumulating wealth, travelling the world and reducing the carbon footprint in the world. These are just some of the things that University of Pretoria students say they want to do with their money.

As part of our Values & Money campaign, we spent an afternoon at their Mamelodi campus chatting to students and getting to understand their attitude towards money.

https://youtu.be/2qBvRoZpSgc

 

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