The Money Show
Episodes in this series
25 April 2019.25 April 2019 | 74 Minute Listen
Marianne Merten, journalist with Daily Maverick explains how Eskom nearly pushed South Africa to the edge of financial collapse during the stage 4 episode in March. Phetheni Nkuna, Senior Associate at Hogan Lovells discusses the fate of Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) and its members if it deregistered.
24 April 2019.24 April 2019 | 77 Minute Listen
The Competition Commission announced proposed interventions following its inquiry into the data services market today. Duncan McLeod, Founder and Editor of TechCentral explains why are share prices of MTN and Vodacom fell and what does this mean for data bundles. Spiro Georgopolous, CEO of GroBank - formerly known as Bank of Athens- discusses the company’s news growth strategy and how it is going to fight for its share in the local banking sector.
23 April 2019.23 April 2019 | 75 Minute Listen
Chris Maroleni, SABC’s outgoing Chief of operations shares his next plans after he was suddenly fired by the national broadcaster. Stuart Theobald, Financial Analyst and Chairman of Intellidex discusses rumours that Maria Ramos, Absa Group’s former CEO might return to the public sector.
17 April 2019.17 April 2019 | 75 Minute Listen
Richard Spoor, South African activist and human rights attorney discusses Class action summons issued against Tiger Brands and gives an update of what the plaintiffs will be up against. Joel Bregman, director of My Vote Counts reveals who has been funding which political parties ahead of the general elections. Vikesh Ramsunder, Clicks Group’s new CEO takes Bruce Whitfield through the company’s financial results.
16 April 2019.16 April 2019 | 76 Minute Listen
Stephen Van Coller, EOH Holdings’ CEO discusses the company’s turnaround strategy and the recent financial results. Ron Josias, CEO of SA National Accreditation Systems explains why the reasons for suspending Empowerdex. Jared Molko, Google’s former employee discusses future of artificial intelligence and how it is going to affect the world.
15 April 2019.15 April 2019 | 80 Minute Listen
Rosalind Lake, Norton Rose’s director and Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa, Tourism Business Council of SA’s discuss a newly published Tourism Amendment Bill that aims to regulate AirBnb and may even lead to limits on the number of nights that a guest can stay or how much income an Airbnb earns. Neal Froneman, Sibanye Stillwater’s CEO discuss the mining sector and his philosophies towards investing and saving money.
11 April 2019.11 April 2019 | 73 Minute Listen
Vuyo Jack, executive chairman of Empowerdex, a broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment consulting and verification company, the effect company’s certificate of accreditation being suspended by South African National Accreditation System (Sanas) following allegations of bribery at the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture.
10 April 2019.10 April 2019 | 80 Minute Listen
Petrus Marais, FTI Consulting’s Senior Managing Director discusses a report on how South Africa’s economic and business leaders view the current situation in the country. David Lewis, Corruption Watch’s director takes Bruce Whitfield through its seventh annual corruption report entitled, Upholding Democracy.