The Money Show
20 August 2019
Pieter Engelbrecht, Shoprite Holdings’ CEO discusses the sluggish economy the company finds itself in. National Treasury is seeking to curb Section 12J significantly, by implementing a R2.5m limit as part of the Draft Taxation Amendment Bill - Darryn Faulds, Fund Manager with MeTTa Capital explains further. Chris Vick, Communications Consultant explains why CR17 leaks is turning out to be a PR disaster for President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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11 September 2019.11 September 2019 | 78 Minute Listen
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Kevin Lings, chief economist at Stanlib Asset Management discusses Moody’s Rating Agency vit to South Africa and what its views have been about SA economy and policies. Richard Rushton, Group CEO of Distell tells Bruce Whitfield how the company operates in the beverage industry.