The Money Show
26 November 2018.
Legendary Musician, Sipho “Hostix” Mabuse takes Bruce Whitfield through his life’s journey, discusses his worst and best decision involving money and also shares how he invests and saves for a rainy day. Leon Lourens, CEO of Pepkor takes Bruce through the company’s financial results and gives an update on the group’s continuing courtroom with former business partners - founders of Mr. Tekkie. Gus Silber, an award-winning journalist, editor, speechwriter and author talks about his latest book; The Disruptors: Social entrepreneurs reinventing business and society.
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