Posted by Lungile Msibi

[PODCAST] The balancing act - A review of the Aconcagua investment bundle

A review of the Emperor Asset Management Aconcagua growth investment bundle,  touching on topics such as volatility, investment risk and investment goals that can be linked to a growth portfolio.


Listening time: 12 minutes 

14/07/2017 / Read Story

[PODCAST]: People are more complicated than shoes

A review of the Emperor Asset Management Everest aggressive investment bundle 

04/07/2017 / Read Story

Investing is a Human Right.

I spent a portion of my Human rights day in a room full of beautiful, talented and courageous women who were together to share their experiences of what being a modern woman looks like. The challenges that we are faced with all ranging from health issues, child maintenance issues, social media and investing. 

23/03/2017 / Read Story

The importance of saving for your child’s education

January is renowned for two things – being broke after the December holiday indulgence and children going back to school. As of today - most schools will be open in South Africa. Most parents plan for the latter after just before the New Year but have you thought about planning for your child’s education even more in advance? You may ask why? I think I have the answer.

18/01/2017 / Read Story

Lungile Msibi

Lungile, holding an Honours Degree in Corporate Communication from the University of Johannesburg, joined the Purple Group team as Brand Manager of Emperor Asset Management in 2013. Lungile has brought to the team her experience as a consultant, developing strategic communication for leading South African Brand such as; Anglo American, Sasol, Datatec, and BankservAfrica. Since 2013, Lungile has provided an understanding of current and potential clients, client lead generation and relationship management, and has developed and managed marketing campaigns. Lungile’s work is a reflection of her passion to dispel the idea that asset management in South Africa is for a privileged few and developing an investment language that anyone can relate to.