What to do with R14m in your account

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Following reports last month, that Walter Sisulu University student Sibongile Mani had R14m accidentally deposited into her account instead of her monthly National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) R1 400 monthly grant, Karabo Baloyi, Kudzil Matsika, Lucas Nowicki, Martin Jones asked the question:

Benjamin de la Fontaine Student

I would buy a car. Actually I would buy a house, and then save up the rest.

Austin Mtole Ndyetabula Student

I would first withdraw a thousand, then I would pay for my fees, and then trace back where the money came from.

Vhuthu Tshavhungwe Student

R14 million is a lot of money. I would obviously trace it to where it came from.

Joshua Coltman Bouncer

I would use it to create my own business empire, converting millions into trillions.

Vhutu Tshavhungwe Student

Considering that it was accidental, and traceable, I would contact them to give the money back
Lily Roberts Student
I would spend a bit on food, and then give it back after that.

Priscilla Keche Student

Firstly I would freak out, but after calling the bank, I would go out with friends to dinner and have fun.

Charlotte De Klerk Student

I would invest half of it, pay off my fees and I go on holiday.

Salomie Rocher Music teacher

I would give quite a bit of the money to charity and keep R10 million to travel overseas.

 

Benjamin Esterhuizen Student

I would pack my bags and leave for Switzerland.

Njabulo Mavuso Student

I would first get my brother into a good private school and then pay off any debt my parents have.

Nomali Mnyanda  Waitress
I would definitely use the money–buy a house, a car; and also give some to my sister.

 

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