The Money Show
Episodes in this series
2019 - 01 - 1010 January 2019 | 39 Minute Listen
John Loos, Property Economist at FNB spoke on what could be expected in the Property sector economically, Ndumiso Hadebe, independent economist spoke on the South African business confidence which plummeted in December. Warren Ingram, Financial Adviser at Galileo Capital discussed his Expectations for investors in 2019 and Jayshree Naidoo,YIEDI CEO adviced on Launching a new Business and being sure to Validate Your Business Idea.
2019 -01 - 0909 January 2019 | 40 Minute Listen
Dr Nic Spaull, Education economist at Stellenbosch University spoke on whether the lack of education and skills are the reason behind the rise in unemployement in South Africa. Benji Coetzee, CEO and founder at EmptyTrips Ltd was our shapeshifer guest this week, she spoke on her upbringing and how she started her career which led her to be listed in the Forbes Top 60 women in Technology in 2018. She also discussed the Big 5 things people need to know when starting a business.
2019 - 01 - 0808 January 2019 | 39 Minute Listen
Michael Bagraim, labour lawyer at Bagraim Attorneys discussed possible mass retrenchments this year and the national minimum wage. Susan Comrie, Investigative Journalist at amaBhungane centre for Investigative Journalism spoke on her discoveries towards bankrupted Mozambique. Lebogang Montjane, Executive director of Independent Schools Association discussed the science of private education and independent schools.
2019 - 01 - 0707 January 2019 | 40 Minute Listen
Neil Roets, CEO at Debt Rescue discussed the debts in January and whether South Africans earn enough to afford a certain living. Nomsa Mazwai musician and General Manager at Soweto Theatre is this weeks make Money Monday's guests, she speaks on her upbringing and her take on money as as artist.
2018-12-2020 December 2018 | 79 Minute Listen
Ludvig Wier, SA-TIED researcher discusses corporates leaving an R8 billion tax hole in South Africa. Warren Ingram, financial adviser at Galileo Capital gives an investment outlook for 2019 and Jayshreen Naidoo CEO at YIEDI speaks about the need for continuous re-skilling to address the technological shifts within corporate.
2018-12-1919 December 2018 | 83 Minute Listen
Gina Schoeman, economist at Citi Bank spoke about International Monetary Fund and South African Reserve Bank’s media briefing on economic developments in South Africa; spokesperson of South African Civil Aviation Authority ‘s Phindiwe Gwebu discussed CemAir’s clearance to fly again and Eskom CEO’s Phakamani Hadebe is this week’s shapeshifter.