If you think your young child may one day want to study overseas, the cost is likely to be high and it is best to plan ahead and invest in the foreign currency of the country where you are likely to pay the costs, investment experts say.

Ian Edwards, partner and Africa regional manager of Austen Morris Associates, a global, independent wealth manager, says few South Africans appreciate how pricey an overseas education is...

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