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10 June 2004

Make some money

While your parents are paying for everything, they have a say about what you wear, what movies you see and what music you listen to. But getting your own money is not always easy. We'll show you how.

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Getting some cash together so you can do your own thing, is everybody's dream. After all, while your parents are paying for everything, they have a say about what you wear, what movies you see and what music you listen to. But getting your own money is not always easy. We'll show you how.

Step 1.
You may think you need a heap of cash to start your own business, but it doesn't have to be the case. We show you how to start your own business with R100 or less.

Step 2.
You may need to find a part-time job. Read how you can prepare yourself for that first interview. And how important is a CV? What are the things employers look out for when they have to wade through a bunch of CVs?

Step 3.
Read more about how you can make money over the long summer holidays.

Step 4.
Not sure what you want to do one day? The following article shows you the things to consider when choosing a career.

 
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