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Journalists urged to invest in assets

United Civil Servants SACCO (UCSSACCO) has urged media practitioners in the country to adopt a saving culture and invest in assets to ensure a better life after retirement.

Francis Waliwa, Chief Executive Officer for UCSSACCO made the call in Blantyre during a financial literacy training for journalists from 12 media houses based in Blantyre and surrounding areas.

Waliwa said saving requires a good strategy, not necessarily large sums of money.

“We want people to understand how to embrace this culture and develop the right attitude towards it,” Waliwa said.

One of the participants, Alex Banda, a journalist from Zodiak Broadcasting Station, described the training as an eye opener, saying it has equipped him with good financial management skills and will enhance his capacity as a business reporter.

UCSSACCO was established in 1992 and has 70,000 members.

 

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