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Perhaps each citizen should have their face on the currency note of their country.

Updated on August 7, 2015

Currency and money's worth.

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Perhaps each citizen should have their face on the currency note of their country‎.


Perhaps each citizen should have their face on the currency note of their country‎.



The privilege to have your face printed on the face of your country

belong to statesmen‎ that have made a great contribution

to peace and stability in the country.



Imagine should your bank issue you with currency every 5 years of you savings.

Let us say you have two children.

Thabo and Mpendulo your son' are starting high school.

You have already been teaching him the value of money.

As well as the benefits of saving and being wise with every penny no matter how

insignificant it may seem.



Let us say school fees is 3000 rand a month.

You arrange to go to the bank, the school banks with.

When you are with your personal banker, you with draw

3000 ZAR‎ for his school fees for the month.

200, 100, 50 ‎ZAR notes printed with his face, favorite animal

and he has to sign his signature on every note.



This may motivate him, to want to be focused at school.

Perhaps he will value money.

On holidays like Christmas when you go shopping for cloths

even on his birthday, he withdraws money from an ATM

and buys his favorite sneakers, dvd's and Microsoft X Box game.

When paying for electricity, water and lights, you break down the bill

you compare the electricity bill's of previous months, so they can be energy

conscious and use appliances sparingly.



Synopsis.

Money is a tool to give us a better life.

A comfortable life style.

A job rewards you in currency for your skill, which is your worth

in the work place.

Money should it be used sparingly, it can materialize your wildest dreams.


Gods Poet Nkosi.

Nkosinathi Ncala.

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