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Ep 45 - Black Tax, maker or breaker of the poverty cycle?

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Black Tax has always existed in our African communities. It is what has helped most of our parents to achieve what they have been able to achieve BUT also, some say it has limited their potentials.

As modern men, most of us are the beneficiaries of this system. Through the whole community chipping
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Black Tax has always existed in our African communities. It is what has helped most of our parents to achieve what they have been able to achieve BUT also, some say it has limited their potentials.

As modern men, most of us are the beneficiaries of this system. Through the whole community chipping in and helping out, some of the men in our communities were able to live up to and achieve their full potentials. Now, is it a must for them to pay back their dues by helping others?

Is Black Tax creating a vicious cycle that we can’t get out of or this is the way that all of us can help each other out from the pool of poverty? Matter of fact, IS THERE ANY PROBLEM WITH BLACK TAX?

Michael and Nadia have a deep conversation with Samwel Ndandala, a financial guru in Tanzania about the concept of Black Tax and its impact on the modern society
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