Livin' It Up
Livin’ it Up is a fun, strategic game developed by Capitec and available free for less than a 100MB download..
Reaching your dreams
We all have dreams. Big ones, small ones. Ordinary ones, crazy ones. We all want to know how to make them reality.
Turning your dreams into reality requires balancing short-term needs and wants with long-term priorities. Just as Lerato, Zane and Nandi do, we all have to make the most of limited resources.
Whoever you are and whatever your circumstances, money is an essential resource in reaching your dreams, and we all have to make financial decisions every day.
Understanding your money - how to manage it, protect it and grow it – is crucial for building the life you want.
Taking control of your money allows you to take control of your dreams.
From January to February 2020, we are giving away 2 x R10 000 monthly cash prizes.
To enter, all you need to do is download the game to become a Livin' it Up game player, share your cellphone number and give consent.
Read more about the competition here.
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