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Win with Justmoney and GetSmarter!

By Staff Writer

The prestigious University of Cape Town and high-touch online education company GetSmarter have released a new course guaranteed to help any person whose budget - and wallet - have taken a beating during the recent recession.

Now everyone has the chance to get their personal finances back in shape and give that all-too-loyal flexible friend a rest. The University of Cape Town Personal Financial Management course, presented completely online throughout South Africa, is great for anyone who wants to buff up their financial know-how, plan for their retirement, invest wisely and kick credit card debt once and for all.

Ryan Kruger and Francois Toerien, who are both lecturers in UCT’s Finance Department, convene the course. They are extending their considerable knowledge to the online domain and there is no more reliable or valuable source to receive an education in personal finance from, and given that it is online, you will not even have to leave your house for it!

GetSmarter and JustMoney are giving one lucky reader the chance to win a place on this part-time short course, worth over R6,500 and ideal for working professionals.

All you need to do is click here to enter and stand a chance to win with JustMoney, GetSmarter and UCT.

Visit www.GetSmarter.co.za for more information about the course.

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