The Money Show
10 October 2019
Maya Fischer-French, personal finance journalist with Maya on Money and Siphamandla Mkhwanazi, Economist with FNB discuss why over 55% of credit applications were turned down (according to the latest consumer credit figures for the second quarter.) Consumers currently owe R1.9 trillion in debt - R200bn is unsecured, short-term debt.
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20 NOVEMBER 201920 November 2019 | 76 Minute Listen
Auditor General, Kimi Makwetu says audit results for national and provincial departments and entities for the past financial year are disappointing. He explains his view. Peter Worthington, senior economist at Absa analyses the consumer price inflation which came at its lowest rate since 2011 and previews the SA’s central bank decision on interest rates. Fortune Mojapelo, founder and CEO of Bushveld Minerals shares his Bushveld Minerals success story
19 November 201919 November 2019 | 70 Minute Listen
Martin Kingston, South African Airways Board member shares the latest news on the airline’s strike and airline’s road to operational recovery. Hendrik Du Toit, founder of Investec Asset Management and Joint CEO at Investec explains why Investec Asset Management has renamed itself Ninety-One. Izaak Breytenbach, General Manager of the Broiler Organisation at South African Poultry Association discusses the new New Poultry Master Plan
14 NOVEMBER 201914 November 2019 | 76 Minute Listen
Goolam Ballim, Standard Bank’s Group Chief Economist discusses SA’s delegation to the USA trying to raise foreign invests while SAA’s labour unions threaten to go on strike. Dr. Martyn Davies, Managing Director of the Emerging Markets of Africa at Deloitte talk about the impact of the African Investment Forum where R1trillion worth of deals were signed.
12 Nov 201912 November 2019 | 72 Minute Listen
Sipho Maseko, Telkom chief executive discusses the state of the telecoms sector and explains whether the group is interested in buying Cell C. Cedric Masondo, Sasria’s Managing director discusses how the only short-term insurer that provides special risk cover to all individuals and businesses operates.
11 November 201911 November 2019 | 74 Minute Listen
Rob Formby, Allan Gray’s chief of operations looks at the life and times of Allan Gray – South African business veteran, investor, philanthropist and founder of the Allan Gray Foundation – passed away at the age of 81. Multichoice and Vodacom’s executives take Bruce Whitfield through their businesses’ financial results.