NBFIRA on financial literacy campaign

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Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (NBFIRA) has stated that there is need to develop a financially literate community, which will in turn assist to ensure fairness, efficiency and orderliness of the non-bank financial sector.

 Through various financial literacy education programmes delivered through media and public workshops, NBFIRA this week embarked on a seven-day financial literacy education week in Gaborone and in Francistown.

The regulator states that the Financial Literacy Week is an initiative central to helping consumers make better decisions about management of their money conversely avoiding over indebtedness.

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