The Money Show
Episodes in this series - Page 2
28 November 2018.28 November 2018 | 78 Minute Listen
Gabriel Bernarde of Viceroy Research share his reason on why the research group thinks the JSE-listed NEPI Rockcastle - one of the largest real-estate investment portfolios in Eastern Europe – is overstating its profits from Romania. Prof Wiseman Nkuhlu, Chairman at KPMG South Africa discusses the management changes at KPMG and how the company is recovering from the effects of state-capture. Joe Cloete, CEO of Shamwari Private Nature Reserve talks about his career path and the growth strategy on the nature reserve.
27 November 2018.27 November 2018 | 83 Minute Listen
Professor Nicola Kleyn - Dean of The University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science and former Chair of the South African Business Schools Association discusses the fate and relevancy of MBA studies. Basani Maluleke, CEO of African Bank talks about how the lender is evolving and fight of new entrants in the banking market. She also discusses the group’s financial results with Bruce Whitfield.
26 November 2018.26 November 2018 | 82 Minute Listen
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.
2018-11-2222 November 2018 | 71 Minute Listen
Bruce Whitfield chats to analysts about President Cyril Ramaphosa’s cabinet reshuffle and the central bank’s MPC decision to hike rates by 25 basis points as to 6.75%, reversing the cut they had made in March. Andre Du Plessis, Capitec’s talks about the acquisition of Mercantile Bank.
21 November 2018.21 November 2018 | 77 Minute Listen
Kimi Makwetu, Auditor General discusses the national and provincial audit results for the 2017/2018 and elaborates why he is calling for an urgent intervention when it comes to the education, health and public works departments and TVET colleges Zuko Mandlakazi, founder of Senso (this week’s shapeshifter) who discussed on his upbringing, failures and the success of his business.
20 November 2018.20 November 2018 | 78 Minute Listen
Johann Le Roux, Momentum Life CEO discusses the company’s solutions for the victims of violent crime after a country wide backlash. Stephen Koseff, chairman and former Investec CEO speaks about life at the helm of Investec. Kali Moahloli, commercial head for Market insights at GFK South Africa speaks on the science of Black Friday.
19 November 2018.19 November 2018 | 76 Minute Listen
Professor David Block, an astronomer and highly sought-after motivational speaker discusses career path his philosophy towards investing and saving. Award Winning Investigative journalist and editor of Financial Mail, Rob Rose will take Bruce Whitfield through the dark-scandalous-inner working of ailing Steinhoff in his new book, Steinheist. Chief executives of a chicken broiler, Astral Foods and the country’s largest private hospital network, Netcare will take Bruce Whitfield through their respective company results and how they are keeping their heads above water in this tough economic climate.
16 November 2018.16 November 2018 | 34 Minute Listen
Peter Attard Montalto, Head of Capital Markets Research at Intellidex the ability of government to undertake expropriation without compensation (EWC). Ciaran Ryan, investigative journalist reports on Transnet pension funds’ R100bn dagger pointed at the heart of SA R100 billion – that’s what Transnet owes pensioners, who are dying off at the rate of 300 to 400 a month.
15 November 2018.15 November 2018 | 70 Minute Listen
Cas Coovadia, MD of the Banking Association of SA and Nic Borain, an independent political analyst, analyse the consequences of the adoption of a resolution on land expropriation without compensation. Fani Titi, Investec’s new joint-CEO takes Bruce Whitfield through the company’s financial results and discusses its growth strategy under new leadership.